We have a range of training resources for people working in schools, to help you learn how to best support pupils with epilepsy.
First aid for seizures in schools
Watch our short films showing what you need to do if a pupil has a seizure in schools. They cover focal, tonic-clonic, absence, myoclonic, tonic, and atonic seizures.
Free online training
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Epilepsy toolkit for schools
Use our downloadable toolkit to help you support pupils with epilepsy. Complete our online course to find out how to use the resources.
Medical conditions policy guidance (PDF)
Individual healthcare plan (IHP) for epilepsy (Microsoft Word DOC)
IHP prompt questions
Supporting pupils with specific learning and behaviour difficulties (PDF)
Checklist for school trips (Microsoft Word DOC)
Parent of a child with epilepsy?
Are you the parent or carer of a child with epilepsy?
Download our letter for schools and take it into the classroom to let the teacher know about our free training.
We also have classroom resources that you can use to teach your pupils about epilepsy.
You can use them on interactive whiteboards, desktop computers or tablets.
Contact us for more information
Get an award for your school
Does your school do a great job in supporting pupils with epilepsy?
If so, you can nominate your school to win an Epilepsy Action Edwards award.