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.
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 in England – breathtaking overview of the history of education in England with links to statutes and articles. In half a million words, and with references to 543 sources and links to the texts of almost 400 documents, Education in England: a history describes the development of our education system from AD43 to 2017. There is a printer-friendly version of each chapter.
Education Guardian — Website of Guardian’s weekly education pages.
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 — Inspection and regulation of services providing care and education for children and young people. Reports on individual school inspections available on this site.
Early Years 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.
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 teaching resources. Registration required, teaching resources require payment but lots of free news articles & a community forum.