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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...

Report highlights impact of school exclusions on pupils

The effects of exclusion School exclusions have left some children at increased risk of harm – with decisions too often taken without efforts to understand...

Autism, Bullying and Me: The Really Useful Stuff You Need to...

Author: E. LovegrovePublisher: Jessica Kingsley PublishersISBN: 978-1-78775-213-9Price: £12.99Emily Lovegrove is a lecturer and leader of many workshops on anti-bullying strategies. In her private practice,...

Transforming attitudes to bullying

Nicola Murray sets out positive steps schools can take to prevent bullying involving pupils with SEN

Online safety in a shifting world

Mark Bentley reveals important changes in the way children are behaving and the threats they are facing online 

Bullying: rethinking policy and practice


Schools need a bespoke approach to combating bullying involving pupils with SEN, writes Simon Pearse

Book Reviews

Parenting Children With ADHD

10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach Dr Monastra, is a clinical psychologist who is internationally recognised for his research on the neurophysiological characteristics of children...

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