Dear Colleague,

We share your passion and desire for accessible solutions to longstanding issues!

Our daily work at Access 1st is about making the experience of education more productive and rewarding, irrespective of diagnostic or other impeding conditions. This is a central topic in our conversations with Teachers, Parents and other Stakeholders at sector events.

Our starting points are about laying the groundwork for effective study: reducing overwork, fostering mental health and wellbeing, and leveraging considerable innate capabilities otherwise masked by discreet obstacles.

Our solution-finding perspectives, effective user-friendly study aids and strategies for dissipating learning obstacles are well received. Colleagues say, ‘OK. Tell me how it works!’ Or ‘I know a student that this would be good for!’ We want our experience to be within reach of schools more widely, easing obstacles and enhancing progress for learners and teachers.

If you would like to know more, please join our

Live ONLINE Q & A Workshop
Penny Georgiou, Education Specialist

Inclusion, Learning and Well-being

(Primary/Secondary Ed)

Tuesday, 15th January 2019, 4pm-5pm

This event is FREE for Teachers and School Staff



Questions can be sent in advance or during the event. Please state:
SEND Condition(s) Diagnosed/Undiagnosed
Pupil Age/Gender
Presenting Issue(s)


Please send questions/enquiries to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We look forward to working with you!
With kind regards,
Access 1st Team

Access 1st