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Sign language 999 BSL service launched for deaf people

A new service has launched to allow people to make 999 calls using British Sign Language (BSL) for the first time. The new service, 999...

Thousands more school and sixth form places to be created

Up to 75 new free schools including sixth forms, specialist and alternative provision settings will offer tailored support, levelling up opportunities for all. Thousands of...

Young people speak out on Tourette’s

Young people with Tourette’s syndrome recently joined parents and teachers to take part in a study of how the condition affects students in secondary...

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Focus on: SEN casework officers

Ian Palmer explores the world of the SEN casework officer

Stand out candidates

Hannah McDaid explains what special schools are looking for in teaching staff Every special school is unique and staffing demands can differ greatly from setting...

Speaking and writing quietly into the abyss: SEND and inclusion training for teachers

Dr Helen Ross discusses the deficiencies in teacher training and considers what can be done about the situation. In recent weeks, my email inbox has been...

Adjust the job

It’s time to address the cause of the teacher shortage, not just its symptoms, writes Lord Jim Knight

Switching to SEN

Rob Grays talks to a teacher who has made the transition from a mainstream to an SEN setting

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