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Wandsworth's Wikis

Wikis are simple, accessible, secure, easy to build personal websites.   If you are a child or young person with special educational needs or disabilities (SEND) or the parent or carer of someone with SEND, you may find a Wiki helpful.  Wandsworth’s Wikis are free if you are 0 to 24 years old, have a special educational need or disability and live in Wandsworth, go to a Wandsworth School or attend a Wandsworth provision, like a nursery or youth group. 

Wikis were developed by RIX Research and Media. They are a multi media advocacy tool, developed with and for people with learning and other special educational needs and disabilities.

You can use them to create multimedia person centred plans that use pictures, words, video and sound to capture your, or your child's, voice, skills, aspirations and needs.

Wikis can be used to allow you to contribute to planning about you, a Wiki can be shared with your teacher, doctor, nurse, social worker, foster carer, teaching assistant, youth leader, short breaks provider or potential employer.

You can ask your Wandsworth nursery, school, resource base or youth group if they are Wiki Early Adopters or Pilots.  If they are, they will have a Wiki Portal Manager who you can ask for a Wiki. 

A Wiki request portal is now available - Wandsworth's Wiki Portal - where you can register, and request a Wiki direct. 

You can also email the Wandsworth Wiki Co-ordinator on wikis@wandsworth.gov.uk for more information.

Can’t find what you are looking for? Contact us:

thriveonline@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk
020 8871 7899 
Text us on 07797 805 456 - text THRIVE at the beginning of your message