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AI in inclusive education

Sean Vosler looks at the impact of AI on inclusive learning. A young boy, Josh, sits anxiously in the corner of a bustling classroom. The...

DSA funding for dyslexic students

Funding is available, but needs to be more widely publicised, says Jennifer Willows. With rising diagnoses and an increased awareness of the challenges facing students...

Beating the drum for inclusion

Jody Ashfield on the role of music in accessibility. Music is a universal language that transcends cultures and barriers, bringing people together with pure sound....

Roll up, roll up! And relax…

Even the circus can put on a relaxed performance, says Emma Bradshaw. The modern circus still retains the same elements of its eighteenth century origins:...

Inclusive bouldering

Climbing has therapeutic benefits for children and adults with ADHD, says Chris Whitehead. Exercise in itself can be quite repetitive for someone with an ADHD...

Trust your instincts

Sotiria Vlahodimou shares her thoughts on choosing the right school or college. Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important...

Relaxed performances bring joy to all

Making live theatre accessible to all needs careful planning says Kathryn McAuley There is clear and compelling evidence that experiencing live theatre can be beneficial...

We’re building a reading culture

Let's make libraries more accessible, says Alison Tarrant, CEO of the School Library Association. Building an authentic reading culture and an inclusive school library can...

Goldilocks and free space for SEND

James Wilkinson on designing outdoor spaces for SEND environments. So much more than a chance to have fun outside, the right outdoor spaces and playground...

Achieve more with AT

Liz Wilcox on making the most of Assistive Technology. Let's start by looking at what's available in AT. We regularly attend conferences and trade shows...

Book Reviews

Teaching Dyslexic Students: Theory and Practice

Lynn Lovell is head of Professional Practice at the British Dyslexia Association. She has completed an MA in Specific Learning Difficulties with a focus...

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