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Breaking barriers

IT is crucial for SEN support internationally, says Nathaniel Comer. I was first diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 39, and I have experienced...

Point of view: students

Schools need safe spaces: what we did in our school Two Y11 students, Chaitanya Sapra and Zahra Qazi from Aylesbury High School, share why they...

We can’t go on like this

Dr Annie Clements provides insights into why secondary schools can be so stressful for some students and how small changes can really help. For those...

Point of view: James

Listen. I want you to understand. I was 7 when I started cracking my knuckles to stim whilst I tried to sit still. I was...

Music in mind

Simon Procter on music for troubled pupils. It’s 9.30am and most classrooms are settling down to quiet work. Out of one room though, a steady...

SEN120 : Sept/Oct 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN120: Sept/Oct 2022 here If you only read one article in this issue, please make sure it’s James’s moving account of his...

Simple Exercises to Stimulate the Vagus Nerve

An Illustrated Guide to Help Beat Stress, Depression, Anxiety, Pain and Digestive Problems Lars Lienhard is a sports scientist and former performance athlete who...

ADHD and Homework

Why is homework so difficult for ADHDers, asks Ben Isaacson I know what it’s like to skip homework day after day. As a child growing...

ADHD does not exist

The Truth About Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder Dr Saul is a behavioural neurologist, and a medical director who has been practising medicine for more...

The Lone SENDCO: Questions and Answers For the Busy SENDCO

Gary Aubin is director of SEND for a multi academy trust, having worked as a SENDCO in mainstream primary and secondary schools, where he...

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

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