Education campaigning news

  • Parents and children gather with banners outside Hackney Town Hall

    Parents force Hackney Council to reverse plans


    Parents successfully challenge Hackney Council's proposed cuts to support for children with special educational needs and disabilities.

  • Picture shows a child and adult sat at a table

    Consultation on services for children with a visual impairment in Manchester


    Manchester City Council are reviewing how they support blind and partially sighted children and young people in education. Find out more and have your say by 8 February 2017.

  • Hey! Teachers! Don’t leave them kids alone.


    Manchester City Council have agreed to work with us to make sure that proposed changes don’t stop services from meeting the needs of blind and partially sighted children and their families.

  • Challenging planned cuts to services for children in Manchester


    Lucy Dixon, our Regional Campaigns Manager, has challenged Manchester City Council’s recent proposals to cut services for blind and partially sighted children, at a meeting with parents and other stakeholders on Wednesday 13 July.

  • Disabled Student Allowance consultation


    The Government has suggested changes to the way Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) is awarded, they want Higher Education providers to be responsible for providing more support directly. We are concerned that some blind and partially sighted students may not receive the level or quality of support that they need.

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