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Teaching SEN abroad

Matthew Lee on what SEN professionals should know before making the move to international schooling. If you are looking at applying for an international SEN...

Residential school trips and pupils who have Down’s syndrome

Sharon Smith's top tips on including pupils who have Down's syndrome when you plan a residential school trip. Every pupil in your school is entitled...

Energy accounting

It's a game changer for Leigh East's family. The single most important technique my family and I implemented following various neurodiversity diagnoses (including autism, ADHD...

Point of view: home educator

Do it yourself. Rachel Hawkins is home-educating her autistic daughter. I have only been home educating my eleven-year-old daughter Isabelle since September, as she needed...

Raising Kids With Big Baffling Behaviours:

Brain-Body-Sensory Strategies That Really Work Robyn Gobbel is a mental health professional, who specialises in supporting the families of children with challenging behaviours. She runs...

Point of view: SEN lawyer

Reframe bad things into good things. A personal recommendation from Douglas Silas, specialist in SEN law. It's not easy to reframe bad things into good...

Being a SENDCO: 113 Tips for Building Relationships, Saving Time and...

Ginny Bootman is an experienced teacher, former headteacher and currently the SENDCO for four primary schools, in addition to presenting at national conferences. She...

Point of view: parent – Toilet training

Faria Arsh's heartfelt account of her neurodivergent daughter's toilet training journey. Why does any parent want to toilet-train their child? In any other circumstances, the...

OK, but what now?

A diagnosis of ADHD can be helpful, but what happens next? Kate King has answers. Every child's experience of ADHD is different, and every child...

Brain differences are normal

Parenting can be confusing, lonely, frustrating, frightening, sad, demoralising, funny, wonderful, and intensely passionate, says Alicia Drummond. As the neurodiversity movement has evolved, the focus...

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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