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Approaching Autistic Adulthood: The Road Less Travelled

Grace Liu has been blogging about autism since 2013. She has written for the National Autistic Society and appeared on podcasts. The book opens...

Mud Boy

Sarah Siggs has worked in a range of educational settings and as an SEND teacher and currently lives on a boat in West Sussex....

Bullying a barrier to attendance

Jannine Perryman and Louise Parker Engels continue their series on the causes and remedies for school attendance difficulties by addressing the issue of bullying.School...

NAHT comments on DfE announcements for anti-bullying week

Today (Tuesday 16th November), the government confirmed funding for five organisations to support schools in their work to tackle all forms of bullying. The announcement...

‘One Kind Word’ vital to counter the bullying suffered by one...

Millions of children and adults are taking part in Anti-Bullying Week: One Kind Word (15 to 19 Nov) and Odd Socks Day starting today1 in five children are...

SEN115 : November/December 2021

Read SEN Magazine SEN115: November/December 2021 here   Slowly but surely, the school routine is getting back to an approximation of normality. But for some,...

Exploring the emotional factors relating to self-harm

Beverley Samways argues for a broader perspective when addressing self-harming behaviours for those with learning difficulties. How we think about behaviour I was with friends and...

Dyslexia and prejudice

We’re systematically stigmatizing dyslexia, writes Roger Broadbent Stigma and prejudice Not effectively evaluating the prevalence of dyslexia has left our education system in a perpetual state...

Miriam’s story

Cathy Parvin recounts the story of a brave young girl who wanted others to understand her dyspraxia.My mind was still very much on the previous...

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...

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