IDL (Indirect Dyslexia Learning)

IDL is a multi-sensory intervention online software program that uses sight, sound, touch and voice with repetition to increase spelling and reading abilities. Schools who currently use IDL have reported that pupils’ reading and spelling ages increase on average by around 11 months after just 26 hours of use.

Immunisation Team

We are a team of registered nurses and healthcare assistants. We deliver the routine national immunisation programme for school-aged children in Knowsley. Our team also work with GPs across Knowsley to deliver the 0-5 year-old programme for children who need targeted immunisations
Universal AccessProvides additional or specialist facilities for SEN & D peopleHas parkingHas disabled accessIs region wideIs part of the local offer
Part of Knowsley's Local Offer (KLO) Occupational Therapy service in the community.


0151 244 3391

Independent Parental Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA)

IPSEA offers free and independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities.

Independent special schools and colleges (Section 41)

List and guidance on Independent schools for pupils with special educational needs, including those approved under section 41 of the Children and Families Act.
Provides additional or specialist facilities for SEN & D peopleHas disabled accessIs region wide

Individual Needs Club for Young people 13 to 25 yr olds with Moderate


0151 443 5323

Information, Advice & Support Services Network

The Information, Advice and Support Services Network (IASS Network) supports and promotes the work of Information, Advice and Support (IAS) Services across England. We are based at the Council for Disabled Children.

Inscape House School

Inscape House School is a non-maintained day special school, offering a personalised approach to learners, aged 5-19 years, with autism spectrum conditions and related social communication difficulties. Young people within the autism spectrum share a pattern of differences affecting social understanding and social skills, communication and social imagination. We believe that each young person has individual strengths which can be harnessed to support their learning.