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SEN130 : May/June 2024

Read SEN Magazine SEN129 : Mar/Apr here It’s an unsettling issue this time. UK politics has gone all weird, and policy-making has virtually stopped. Which...

Reducing restraint

Tough approaches like zero tolerance and seclusion don't work, says Ben Higgins. We need a more person-centred and trauma-informed approach in education. For most children...

The business of fizziness

Nathalie Downing and Sarah Richens share their experience of fizziness, and what to do with it. Lucy shouted across the room as I tried my...

SEN129 : March/April 2024

Read SEN Magazine SEN129 : Mar/Apr here This is where we normally say something prefatorial to direct your attention to certain articles in the following...

Use visuals

Use visual symbols to support children through change, says Gina Smith. For a child, knowing what is happening in your day helps you to feel...

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...

ADHD: practical support for students

Lizzie Lister's seven ways teachers can support students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). With rising awareness, many young people are being diagnosed with ADHD...

Nurturing a child with ASD

As a mother of a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and a specialist SEN teacher, Krista Dadford understands the joys and challenges of...

Executive Function coaching for neurodivergent students

These skills can be taught, says Paul Holland. Executive Function (EF) skills coaching is growing in popularity as an alliance and support vehicle for neurodivergent...

Connections

Jessica Sinarski on the power of attachment in school. Relationships are inextricably linked to learning. As the old saying goes, "Kids don't care how much...

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...

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