On the Flo Publications Ltd website you can order our books on special education using multisensory techniques and see details of forthcoming training courses, workshops and special events organised by FPL and associates in the coming year.


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Forthcoming Courses in March 2020 - from Sensory Spectacle


'Understanding how we feel - Interoception' Emotional regulation & food refusal
Thursday, 12 March at The Bridge School, London

Join Sensory Spectacle (http://www.sensoryspectacle.co.uk) in London on 12 March and learn about how autistic people can find it difficult to regulate motions, recognise hunger and thirst as well as other internal body sensations and responsive behaviours

I am happy to book two or more people for £150pp (rather than £195pp). For this I will need to be emailed to book - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Course Details

'Understanding how we feel - Interoception' Emotional regulation & food refusal.
Thursday 12 March
Learn in depth about Interoception, emotional regulation, food refusal & yoga techniques.
The Bridge School, London
9 am – 5 pm

Online price £195pp

Book today for just £150pp for 2 or more people (send an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to book)

The day is aimed at all professionals in care (therapists, carers, social teams, health professionals, education professionals (special settings and mainstream, etc.) as well as parents, family members and carers.

As you can imagine, and are probably aware of in your professions, these difficulties can hugely impact someone's ability to concentrate, focus and understand the world around them as well as, most importantly, be difficult for them to understand their own bodies. This all relates tour Interoceptive sense which is referred to now as our 8th sensory system!

At our conference hear from leading researchers & practitioners teaching you more about this sensory system and how we can support our children and adults whom we care for better.

I look forward to welcoming you to this special workshop.

Becky Lyddon, Sensory Spectacle Founder, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Download flyers on the 12 March and other March workshops here and here.

Flo Longhorn's final Two-Day Forum in 2019

was a big hit and declared a success by all who attended!


 “The Best of British Very Special Education: Bridging the void between the past and future”

was held at the Swiss Cottage School in London on 28 & 29 November 2019,

attended by 88 special education Teachers, Practitioners and Researchers from 44 schools and 3 universities.


View the Best of British Very Special Education Programme online

where you can download the Speakers' presentations.

Download the full 2-day programme here (PDF) or view Best of British Very Special Education Programme online.

Our thanks to the several Volunteers who helped make the days run smoothly and efficiently!

Special thanks to the Swiss Cottage School EmployMEnt Pathway students who assisted during the Forum

Aman, Eve, Nusrath and Ikraam.


And to the staff at Swiss Cottage School who helped make this a memorable event -

Dean Howard, Arbesa Shaqiri, Roseanna Goode and Jeff!

 Well done all!

The Cutting Edge (2018)!

Flo Longhorn's two-day epic Forum was held in London on 29 and 30 November 2018, at the Swiss Cottage School Conference Centre, site of last two highly successful FPL Two-day Forums. The 2018 Forum followed the same format as previous events, with more than 20 cutting-edge special education topics bing presented by more than 20 speakers - including special education researchers, authors, teachers and practitioners. Another event not to be missed! For more information, see The Cutting Edge or download the 2-day Programme here (PDF). See the presentations at The Cutting Edge - Programme.

For more information about training opportunities from our associates, see the Resources pages, where you will find training information fromThe Sensory Projects and Sensory Spectacle, plus information on new publications from practitioners in the field of special education, including Very Special Maths by Les Staves.

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The Sensory Projects believe that with the right knowledge and a little creativity inexpensive resources can become effective tools for inclusion. The Sensory Projects provide training across the UK and consults internationally on sensory engagement and inclusion. For more information please visit The Sensory Projects or connect via social media. Learn more about Training Resources from Jo Grace.


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Sensory Spectacle creates immersive learning experiences to educate about and form a better awareness of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Our workshops and installations give you an opportunity of experiencing first-hand how a SPD might impact your life allowing for greater awareness and understanding of auditory, visual, tactile, smell, taste, proprioceptive and vestibular difficulties. Look for more information about the Sensory Spectacle pre-planned workshops in 2020 or visit our Resources pages.