SEN Press

SEN Press offers young people with special needs books about people like themselves, in situations they recognize from their own experience – and situations they need to learn to deal with. Our resources are designed to help teach key life skills – and the feedback we get from teachers and parents tells us that we have succeeded.

We publish simple, age-appropriate books and interactive resources on:

Each series includes reading books (reading age 7), supported by eBook versions, audio versions, computer games/activities and worksheets – all closely related to the content of the books. There is comprehensive support for teachers too.

Just click on the blue links above for more information on the individual series.

We are delighted that teachers find SEN Press materials helpful:

“You are the first publisher in my 20-year teaching experience to produce exciting, relevant material at the right level for my students.”
Ian Wray, Suffolk One, Ipswich

“Excellent… they cover realistic situations in a practical way and they deal with the misunderstandings and misinterpretations that may occur in daily situations…”
Marie Benton, Down’s Syndrome Association

“Absolutely fantastic – so relevant… We will be ordering them!!…” 
Angela Banner, Broadfield School, Oswaldtwistle, Lancs

“These all look great… The topics are all very relevant. “
Heather Fry, ASDAN

“The ‘Work Experience Activity Pack’ is brilliant”
Jayne Cowdale, Penn Hall School, Wolverhampton

“Excellent to support PSHE and emotional aspects of learning.”
Victoria Greenhalgh, Redwood School, Rochdale

“The words ‘spot-on’ immediately spring to mind. None of us can fault them.”
Sophia England, Charlton School, London SE7

“Really useful and excellent for stimulating discussion. We use them a lot”
Neil Thompson, Lancaster School, Westcliff-on-Sea