Working with Schools

Educational Settings and SENCOs

Spectrum is passionate about working with schools and providing support to as many children and their families as possible across the regions we support. Our charity provides ongoing support for children from birth to 18 years of age- families do not need an ‘official’ diagnosis to access our resources.

Spectrum supports families in a variety of ways such as:

  • Providing fun filled weekend sessions where children and their families can find inclusion and understanding.
  • Exciting day excursions, dedicated monthly sessions and events.
  • MAX cards which offer discounted admission to a variety of venues across the UK.
  • Opportunities for children to complete recognised national awards such as The Arts Award.

Through the work that we do with families in this area, we are delighted to have won both the Cambridge Live Community Group award alongside the Luminus Community Inspiration award.

Spectrum is also referenced on Pinpoint’s website and a number of our volunteers have experience working alongside Pinpoint to help support children in school and at home.

If you would like further information on how Spectrum can help the children and families in your educational setting please email us at or alternatively get in touch via the simple form below.

Spectrum's support throughout childhood.

Due to the nature of disabilities, it is not always apparent from birth that a child may need extra support. Spectrum exists to support children and families through their journey regardless of when their journey begins. Many of our volunteers can offer invaluable support through personal and professional experiences. Spectrum strives to create an environment where these children can practise their interpersonal skills without judgement or reprisal.

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Paddocks Primary