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Secondary schools

Through our research, we’ve found that the main problem faced by children and young people with epilepsy is the misconceptions around the condition.

Our free teaching resources for schools will help staff and students better understand the challenges of living with epilepsy.

Secondary school teacher's guide

This guide provides background about epilepsy and give more information about our teaching resources.

Our free epilepsy awareness assembly plans will help grow epilepsy awareness: Download the assembly plan PDF Download the assembly presentation PDF...

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Take a look at our lesson plans to develop learning around epilepsy. To make the lessons more interactive, 10 bean bags...

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Our lesson plans are free and are able to download as PDFs. If you have 10 beanbags, this would make the...

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Our free worksheets can also be used as activities in class to support further learning and epilepsy awareness. Worksheets have been...

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Helpline: 01342 831342 (Mon-Fri, 9am-3pm)

Feedback from teachers

Quote Icon I found the information on absence seizures most useful as this type of epilepsy can be overlooked as day dreaming, or just lost attention.
Ark Franklin Primary School teacher

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