Welcome to Cambridge House SEN Resources
For 25 years Cambridge House has been recognised as a key UK supplier of practical SEN resources for schools, teachers, private tutors and parents. We are family owned and run with a strong commitment to only sell resources that make a difference and a reputation for great service, reasonable prices and fast delivery.
If you cannot find what you want on our website do get in touch and our friendly staff will help you locate it or recommend an alternative.
Hands on Dyspraxia: Developmental Coordination Disorder – Supporting Young People with Motor and Sensory Challenges, 2nd Edition
£34.99 exc VAT
This updated new edition is a practical guidebook for parents, teachers and other professionals supporting children with sensory and motor learning difficulties. It offers an understanding of developmental coordination disorder (DCD), and the impact that this can have in both home and school settings.Shop Now
Can I Tell You About Dyscalculia? A Guide for Friends, Family and Professionals
£8.99 exc VAT
Dyscalculia is a lifelong condition that affects 8% of people, but what exactly is it? This friendly guide tells readers about the causes, symptoms and effects, shows how to get help at home and at school, and makes the condition more relatable to other children. Ideal for children aged 7+, friends, family, and professionals working with them.Shop Now
100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Supporting Children with SEND
£13.49 exc VAT
100 Ideas for Early Years Practitioners: Supporting Children with SEND is a must-have resource filled with fun, creative and engaging multi-sensory activities and strategies to best support the learning and development of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), across the Early Years Foundation Stage.Shop Now
Supporting Children with OCD to Understand and Celebrate Difference
£34.99 exc VAT
Supporting Children with OCD to Understand and Celebrate Difference offers practical tools and strategies to support the child and those around them in addition to the information specific to the condition to improve understanding of a child’s needs to promote empathy and acceptance.Shop Now