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    SEN94: May/June 2018 issue of SEN Magazine

    In this issue:

    • sport
    • autism
    • tech in the classroom
    • SLCN
    • all-ability cycling
    • numeracy
    • dyslexia
    • learning outside the classroom
    • play
    • learning disability
    • SEN prevalence
    • education, health and care plans
    • school leaders
    • fostering
    • online learning
    • recruitment
    • plus SEN news, CPD, recruitment, latest products and ideas and more…

    Editor’s letter

    SEN Magazine Editor Peter Sutcliffe.

    The health and fitness of children and young people is rarely far from the news these days, with study after study revealing that kids are living increasingly sedentary lifestyles, while obesity rates soar.

    It’s widely acknowledged that physical activity is good for us all, yet many children with SEN and disabilities face barriers to taking part in sport and enjoying the physical, mental health and social benefits involved.

    In our feature on sport, Elizabeth Morgan and Carina Taylor look at improving participation in sport for all; Jane Thomas talks to Paralympians about boccia, the sport designed for people with a disability; Alex Manners investigates what football clubs are doing to improve match days for fans with autism; and Jim McGurn explains why cycling is good for the brain and the body for people of all abilities.

    In our autism feature, Debby Elley focusses on helping children with autism to feel good about themselves, Beverley Tyrrell and Kevin Woods look at involving young people with ASD in decision making and we preview The Autism Show taking place in three cities in June.

    You will also find articles on EHC plans, SEN prevalence, school leadership, learning disability, online learning, SLCN, play, technology in the classroom, fostering, numeracy, dyslexia, recruitment and more.

    As always, our CPD, training and events section provides a round-up of forthcoming SEN-related exhibitions, courses, seminars and events from around the UK.

    For the latest from SEN, join us on Twitter and Facebook

    Peter Sutcliffe
    Editor: SEN Magazine
    Email Peter here.

    In the next issue of SEN Magazine (July/Aug 2018):

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

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

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