Advisory Centre for Education (ACE) — The Advisory Centre for Education (ACE) is an independent national advice centre for parents, offering information and support about state education in England and Wales for 5-16 year olds. ACE offers advice on many topics including exclusion from school, bullying, special educational needs and school admission appeals.
Association of Educational Psychologists — The AEP is the professional association and trade union for Educational Psychologists in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The site contains basic information about the website.
Association of School & College Leaders (formerly SHA) — Mainly aimed at members but the site does contain some public access documents and responses to consultation.
BBC — Online learning resources
Campaign for State Education (CASE) — Campaigning group to promote the success of comprehensive schools. Useful publications and summaries of the arguments for state education, responses to consultation papers etc.
Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education — (CSIE) British education charity aimed at giving information and advice about inclusive education. You can order booklets, seek some legal advice etc.
The Department for Education — Information on children, school and families.
Education Committee – UK Parliament — Website for parliamentary select committee on Education and Skills.
Education Guardian — Website of Guardian’s weekly education pages.
EDULINKS – Education Web Links and Resources — Useful collection of links to education sites.
Enabling Education Network – EENET — Initiated by Save the Children, this charity has an international focus on inclusive education and education in its widest definition and produces a regular newsletter.
Independent Panel for Special Education Advice — IPSEA provides free independent advice to parents wishing to challenge SEN decisions. The site contains good summaries of and commentaries on relevant case law and legal updates to the self-help guide published by the Panel.
Schools – Schools — Departments of education’s advice on schools.
KIDS – The disabled childrens charity KIDS Home — UK organisation supporting inclusive education for children with every kind of disability.
National Assocation for Primary Education (NAPE) — Website for those with a concern for the learning of children from birth to 13 years.
National Association of Small Schools — Campaigning organisation to advise and support small schools at risk of closure.
National Association of Head Teachers — Primarily aimed at members. Provides support to unions representing all school leaders.
National Governors Association — Independent organisation for governors with online newsletter.
Ofsted — Inspect and regulate services which care for children and young people.
Pre‐school Learning Alliance — UK educational charity representing and supporting 16,000 community pre-schools in England.
Research and Information on State Education Trust (RISE) — UK charity aiming to promote research and provide reliable information on state education. Briefings on specialisation, model complaints procedure and information about RISE publications.
Schoolzone — Jft and Schoolzone have joined together to make this site even bigger and better than before. Separate sections for teachers, students, parents, schools and businesses. Registration (free) required for access to whole site.
SEN Legal – Leading experts in Education Law — Site of solicitor offering advice and representation to parents, children and former pupils with special educational needs, including help with diagnosis, finding experts and SEN tribunals.
Socialist Educational Association — Interesting commentaries on current issues from a socialist perspective.
Times Educational Supplement — A large collection of free teaching resources.