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Good autism practice

We need to facilitate all learners, says Karen Watson, not only those who fit into a neat curricular box. To put it plainly, good practice...

SEN127 : November/December 2023

Read SEN Magazine SEN127 : Nov/Dec here It's been a good year for conferences, exhibitions and all types of CPD to support greater awareness of...

Autism and masking

Alison Eason says autistic pupils shouldn't need to hide their unique selves. It's just before lunchtime and the children are looking forward to friends, food...

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...

ADHD and sleep

Jade Taktak and Mark Chapman look at sleep – the process and the issues. We need good sleep to live and function optimally. The brain...

SEN126 : September/October 2023

Read SEN Magazine SEN126 : Sept/Oct 2023 here I’m a big fan of September, with a touch of autumn in the air and a sense...

Autism: the diagnosis that unlocks support

You really need that diagnosis in order to get things done, says Graeme Lawrie. Last year, the National Autistic Society revealed NHS figures showing more...

Neurodivergence and adoption

The most effective way to support a neurodivergent child is to understand what makes them different, says Dr Gemma North Neurodiversity is a term increasingly...

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...

Trends in SEN publishing

Amy Lankester-Alen knows what's popular right now, and has some tips for budding authors. Teachers are time poor. They look for clear, practical, accessible books...

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