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SCHOOL AND EDUCATION
Lighthouse Special Education
Lighthouse Special Education was established in
1998 to serve those members of the international
community in the Netherlands whose children have
special educational needs. LSE is an official
partner of HSV.
HSV - Haagsche Schoolvereeniging
Three Little Ships (being part of Lighthouse Special
Education) is under the umbrella of HSV. This
foundation is responsible for different schools
offering International and Dutch primary education.
SIO - Stichting Internationaal
Onderwijs (Foundation for International Education
in The Netherlands)
This site offers information for parents and pupils
looking for the best international education possibilities
in The Netherlands, teachers looking for career
opportunities or contact with colleagues, School
Leaders wanting to network.
LEARNING ACTIVITIES (Smart Board websites)
PECS for All
Free visual supports you can make for your child.
SPARK stands for Speech Practice for Autistic and other Remarkable Kids. SPARK is a practical tool, built using PowerPoint®, that works with the strengths common in many people who have autism: visualisation, strong memory and an affinity for computers. The PowerPoint® shows images with questions and answers linked to them and provides a generalised, visual pool of language with which to practice.
Free to download.
Zac Browser is a totally free software package. It is the first Internet browser developed specifically for children living with variants of autism spectrum disorders (ASD), Asperger syndrome, Rett syndrome, childhood disintegrative disorder, PDD not otherwise specified and PDD-NOS.
Disclaimer: please note that we are not recommending the services, but rather only providing the information that you might find useful.
Gemeente Den Haag
English version of the official website of The
Hague, with all the information for expats.
Established in 1986, ACCESS is a not-for-profit
organization committed to supporting the International
Expatriate Community in The Netherlands. It is
a source of free information in the English language
and of services, including publications, courses,
counselling referrals and community events.
Passionate Parenting organises workshops and seminars
in The Hague to benefit expat and local families
with children of all ages. Passionate Parenting
has brought onboard the most qualified educators
in a wide variety of fields to provide a dynamic
and ever changing series of seminars/workshops
covering diverse areas of interest.
Daily news and views for the international community in English.