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SEN88: May/June 2017 issue of SEN Magazine

In this issue:

  • SLCN
  • learning disability
  • outdoor play
  • sport
  • numeracy
  • fostering
  • sleep
  • technology in the classroom
  • all-ability cycling
  • outdoor learning
  • autism
  • dyslexia
  • plus SEN news, CPD, recruitment, latest products and ideas and more...

Editor's letter

SEN Magazine Editor Peter Sutcliffe.

Most professionals working with children and young people with SEN will know something about speech, language and communication needs (SLCN). However, the extent to which professionals are able to identify and support these needs can vary greatly. 

In this issue of SEN Magazine, we look at different aspects of SLCN. Some of the main issues affecting people with communication difficulties are explained by Theresa Redmond, while Chris Hall celebrates best practice in supporting those with SLCN. Candice Lazarus and Helen Kirk examine the work of speech and language therapists who work in child and adolescent mental health settings.

Also in this issue, Mark Capper argues that educating employers is key to getting more people with a learning disability into employment, Sam Flatman finds inspiration and inclusion in school play space design, and Sarah Ziegel outlines the very different paths her four sons with autism are taking through school.

Elsewhere, you will find articles on numeracy, fostering, sleep issues and SEN, technology in the classroom, inclusive sport, all-ability cycling, dyslexia, planning a residential activity trip, and recruiting for SEN settings.

In his regular SEN legal Q&A, lawyer Douglas Silas looks at SEN in specific circumstances. 

And as always, our CPD, training and events section includes a round-up of forthcoming seminars, courses and exhibitions for parents/carers, teaching staff and SEN professionals.

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Peter Sutcliffe
Editor: SEN Magazine
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In the next issue of SEN Magazine (July/August 2017):

  • PSHE
  • literacy/phonics
  • cerebral palsy
  • manual handling
  • bullying
  • SEN law
  • looked-after children
  • AAC
  • visual impairment
  • autism
  • dyslexia
  • recruitment
  • and much more...

For full details of the articles in the next issue, and article outlines, please click here

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