Visual Rich / SEN Resources

Resources: Visual rich resources

The Alcohol Educational Trust has developed a comprehensive teaching resource based on visual rich and story led activities for children with Special Educational Needs or English as a Second Language. They are available in a password protected area of the website, please scroll down for more details.

The worksheets and clips below are freely accessible.

Video Clips

The resources are extremely useful, they give us up-to-date accurate information and excellent ideas in a clear format. Thank you so much. Your hard work will enable us to have a positive impact on our young peoples lives. New Bridge School, Oldham

The resource book used in three Essex children support centres (formerly known as Pupil Referral Units) has contributed to the centres achieving outstanding Ofsted reports in January 2014. The resource helpfully provided a structured way of evidencing activities the staff have been involved in and the progress made by the students. 
The health improvement team for the North East London NHS Foundation Trust’s (NELFT)

Resources: SEN resources

The AET has developed a set of 8 lesson plans and powerpoint presentations in partnership with the SEND organisation Image in Action focusing around understanding consent, categorising risk and building an understanding of different social situations. Children with SEND are three times more likely to be abused and alcohol can be used to groom vulnerable children by both strangers and people they know.To commission or order these resources, please email kate@alcoholeducationtrust.org    

SEN _workbook

The cost for the  full education pack  is £90.00 per school which includes:

  • 1 x printed copy of the teacher guidance on the picture and story led activities ‘Building Knowledge and Resilience Strategies around Alcohol” (See here).
  • A copy of the 100 page Alcohol Education Trust complete teacher workbook on all element of alcohol education 11- 18
  • Online access to the teacher guidance on the picture and story led activities ‘Building Knowledge and Resilience Strategies around Alcohol” with live links to the 8 SEND specific lessons and PowerPoints in a password protected area of the AET website
  • Training sessions on implementation of the Talk About Alcohol resources by arrangement.

To purchase the full education pack, visit our store.

This innovative resource has good ideas, useful activities, relevant stories and case studies and clear images. This resource will enable teachers to choose relevant elements to support them to deliver alcohol education for their pupils in ways that pupils will understand.

There are key topics that provide a strong foundation for pupils’ learning plus techniques that facilitate gradual development of skills and knowledge in ways that will ensure pupil’s’ understanding. Often resources for mainstream pupils do not work with pupils with special educational needs and disabilities and teachers have to adapt them or cannot use them. This resource has everything a teacher needs in order to get across key messages.

Lesley Kerr-Edwards Director Image in Action – January 2017