The Home Access programme 

The Home Access programme has been a runaway success, however it operated within a limited budget and time frame and is now closed.

The programme has been incredibly successful, with more than 250,000 families now benefiting from increased access to technology at home to improve learning. More than 8,000 children with profound disabilities, special educational needs or who face challenges accessing computers and the internet are also reaping the benefits of bespoke technology to meet their individual needs, which has enabled them to be brought not only online, but in line with their peers.

The Department for Education (DfE) now leads the programme. They can be contacted through the Contact Us section of the DfE web site.