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Teach Me Too

Offering services to:
  • Children 0-5
  • Secondary school aged children
  • Primary school aged children
Supporting people with:
  • Activities for children and young people

Teach Me Too provides resources for children with Down’s syndrome and special educational needs in early years and KS1. Its series cover Literacy, Maths, the Wider Curriculum, Exploring Language, and Language through Play. These resources are created with specialist teachers and speech and language therapists for children with Down’s syndrome/ SEN, to be used at home, in school, or at support groups. Teach Me Too is dedicated to utilising innovation and technology to break down barriers to education and learning for every person with Down's syndrome, regardless of wealth, background, or postcode. As a result, all the resources can be access completely FREE. These resources are used across the UK and globally to support the learning of children with a range of SEN. While they were created for those with Down’s syndrome, these resources have been found to be helpful to many SEN. All these resources can be accessed online. They have been made in conjunction with Key Communication, Inclusively Down, and Symbol UK. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Johanna Aiyathurai
Contact Position
CEO
Telephone
01622230781 01622230781
E-mail
contact@learnandthrive.org.uk
Website
Teach Me Too website
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Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/learnandthriveuk
Twitter
https://www.twitter.com/_LearnAndThrive
Notes

Our service is completely online so can be accessed anywhere.

Where to go

Name
Maidstone Community Support Centre
Address
39-48
Marsham Street
Maidstone
Kent
Postcode

ME14 1HH

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Notes

This is where the charity is registered, but all services are online.

Costs

Details
All free

Availability

Referral not required
Other notes

Cater for children with Down's syndrome and other SEN.

Offering services to:
  • Children 0-5
  • Secondary school aged children
  • Primary school aged children
Supporting people with:
  • Activities for children and young people

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Last Updated: 27 February 2024

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