About Down's Syndrome : DSA education research webinar with Sarah Geiger

Monday 25 January, 4.00 to 4.40pm

What types of schools do our children and young people go to, when and why do they move?

What works to support our children and young people in school?

Sarah is talking with us about results of her research. She has been looking at our children and young people’s views of their school, their educational histories, and what is linked to successful school placement.

This webinar will report back on the results from reports by 200 parents.

Sarah Geiger is a Senior Educational Psychologist working for Barnet in north London. She chairs the Barnet leading Edge group for children and young people with Down syndrome, a small group of parents and professionals who work to support Barnet take a strategic lead to help improve outcomes.

If you would like to join this free webinar to find out more about Sarah’s research, please complete the form below.



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