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In a class of their own

Jennifer Nock describes how one school put its resolve to provide effective, lasting support to pupils with attachment issues into practice

Learning to love

To mark National Adoption Week, Chris Burton talks to Claire Brasier, adoptive mum of two children with SEN

Home and away: adoption and attachment

A parent explains how the school helped her adopted children to integrate and manage their behaviour

Forging a bond

In the first of two articles, a parent explains how keeping her adopted siblings off school helped them develop positive relationships with all concerned

Can’t learn, not won’t learn

Attachment problems can wreak havoc on a child’s education, but there is much schools can do to help, writes Nicola Marshall

Meet the parents

Children with SEN can be the hardest to place into adoption, yet they offer uniquely fulfilling relationships for families, writes Jane Elston

New funding for foster carer recruitment

The Children's Minister Edward Timpson has announced new funding to help promote foster caring. Speaking at the National Fostering Agency Group's annual conference in Coventry,...

Family values

Dominic Stevenson looks at how the right fostering placement can transform the lives of children and parents alike

Government publishes SEN Bill

Children and Families Bill offers “major reform” of SEN system Critics warn that many will suffer in climate of cuts The Government has cemented its plans...

Train staff not to restrain children

Children in care say that staff should be trained properly so that they do not need to use restraint, according to a new report...

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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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