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The Open Learning Centre Cavan Institute:

Hello and welcome to the Open Learning Centre (OLC). The Open Learning Centre is the Special Educational Needs/Disability Support Service  in Cavan Institute. You will find us on the Ground floor in Block B, Room B004. Email Download the Student Support Form We are committed to providing the best possible learning

Technology for Sight Loss:

If you have little or no vision, you may find it difficult or impossible to do things that so many people now take for granted. These include using the internet, booking flights, reading printed items such as books, magazines, newspapers or even mail that comes through the door. Technology can

Visual Impairment/ Blind Assistive Technologies:

Visual Impairment/ Blind Assistive Technologies Choosing the right kind of assistive technology can transform the abilities of visually impaired people to perform everyday computing tasks like: reading documents producing letters and reports sending and receiving emails browsing the web communicating through social media working with spreadsheets and data entry Becoming

Ballyoran Primary School Special Needs Education:

Ballyoran Primary School promotes an inclusive ethos; all pupils are offered access to a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum and given every opportunity to develop to their full potential while being educated alongside their peers.  A child has special educational needs if he or she has a learning difficulty which calls

St. Anne’s School Special Needs Education:

St. Anne’s School is a special school established in 1973 and caters for pupils from Co. Clare with special educational needs within the range of mild general learning disability, from 4- 18 years of age   At St. Anne’s our school motto is……  ‘To be all you can be.’ It is

St. Marys Secondary School Mallow Special Needs Education:

The Special Education unit within St. Mary’s Secondary School was established twenty years ago. The class was formed due to local demand for the facility and now enrols students from a very wide catchment area. Curriculum The curriculum in the special class is based around the core subjects of English,

St. Aidans Special Needs Education:

The SEN team co-ordinates the provision of teaching supports for children with special educational needs using the Department of Education & Skills Allocation model (2017) Our team includes staff trained in learning support and a support teacher for children with emotional and behavioural difficulties. We are also supported by three

The Killina Special Education Needs (SEN) Department:

PLEASE CHECKOUT THE 3 DOCUMENTS AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE WHICH WILL HELP ANY STUDENT OR PARENT TO UNDERSTAND  HOW WE CAN HELP. The criteria used to determine whether a student has a special educational need and should avail of additional supports is set out in the schools SEN Policy