About Pete Wells

Pete Headshot New“Hello! I’m Pete, an award winning special needs teacher and senior leader. I’m proud to say that my work for people of all ages with special educational needs is extremely popular and used across the world!”

“I’m best known for writing and animating amusing, sometimes disgusting Multi-Sensory Stories, which I’ve been producing for for well over twenty exciting years! I am extremely passionate/boring about these stories. They consume my every waking moment and far too many of my conversations.”

’Over the years I’ve written for magazines, books, the NHS (including some special stories for children at the end of life) and classrooms across the globe. My stories have taken me around the world as I have been invited to show off in a variety of places from Great Ormandy Street Hospital to Hong Kong University.”

“Recently, I’ve been working with Inclusive Technology to write stories and resources for an AMAZING portal called Inclusive Stories. Look out for this, I promise you that it’s going to be incredible!”

‘I’m proud to say that my innovative, interactive special stories, coupled with SEN ICT resources, are enjoyed around the world. These are used by super talented educators to bring a range of sensory experiences and enjoyment to children and adults of all ages and abilities.”

“My ‘Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast’ has had thousands of downloads and has helped enhance practise and bring fun to many! So head on over to iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts to download some episodes.”

“Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you need a story – I have hundreds in my archives so am bound to have something you can find useful!”

“In my day to day life I’m currently lucky enough to work with wonderful adults with learning difficulties at Catcote Futures in Hartlepool, it’s wonderful! I live in sunny Sunderland with my long-suffering partner Michelle, wonderful daughter Sophie, three legged cat Michael Johnson and a menagerie of silly pets.”

You can contact me by clicking here.”

 

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