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Feel Free To Smile : The Behaviour Management Survival Guide for...

Nikki Cunningham-Smith has worked as an assistant headteacher, SENCO and centre lead in a pupil referral unit and she writes a behaviour blog for...

Consistency – or maybe a bit of flexible consistency?

Dave Whitaker reflects upon whether the consistent and inflexible implementation of a school behaviour policy is always the best approach for the well being of...

SEND and Safeguarding: more than four bullet points

Sara Alston gives an in-depth analysis of the additional safeguarding vulnerabilities of children with SEND. Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021 uses just four bullet points...

Music therapy and PMLD

Through a description of her work, Madeline Aslan gives valuable insights into the wide ranging benefits of music therapy for children and young people with PMLD. Many...

School attendance difficulties and persistent absence

Jannine Perryman and Louise Parker Engels explore the issues surrounding school attendance difficulties and persistent absence. The end of school holidays brings mixed feelings, whilst...

Brain-Compatible Dance Education (Second Edition)

In this second edition of her popular book, Anne Green Gilbert describes her lifelong interest in perceptual motor development and her concern at the...

The Kindness Principle: Making Relational Behaviour Management Work in Schools

Dave Whitaker is an Independent Thinking Associate and the Director of Learning for the Wellspring Academy Trust. He has former experience as executive principal...

ADHD Is Our SuperPower: The Amazing Talents and Skills of Children...

Soli Lazarus runs the Yellow Sun Consultancy that  provides  help to families and schools with primary age children with ADHD. She is a former...

How physical activity improves behaviour

Joel Beeden, year six teacher, SENCO, sport, mental health and wellbeing lead at Duckmanton Primary School in Derbyshire, takes a look at how active...

The untapped potential of the special education industry

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In recent years, we have witnessed autism rates climb up rapidly. According to WHO, one in 160 children in the world has autism spectrum...

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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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