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Sibling struggles

Brothers and sisters of disabled children often suffer as much as the disabled child, writes Jane Gill

Bullying and SEN

Kate Sarginson looks at how schools can help prevent the bullying of pupils with SEN and disabilities

Bullying and SEN

Sophie Keenleyside
looks at how schools can engender more tolerant attitudes to difference 

United we stand

Everyone must play their part in tackling bullying of kids with SEN, writes Janet Shmulevitch

Include me

Louise Holt, Sophie Bowlby and Jennifer Lea look at how to improve the social inclusion of children with SEN  This article summarises the findings of...

Children with cancer are bullied and left behind at school

Many children with cancer feel they are being left out when they return to primary school following treatment, according to a new survey by...

Blocking the bullies

Catherine Calvert looks at how to teach children to minimise their risk of being bullied

Staff need help tackling bullying

Schools need to do more to train staff to deal with bullying, says Ofsted. In a new report, No place for bullying, the Government’s education...

Striking back against bullying

Children with SEN are amongst the most likely to be bullied at school. Richard Piggin asks what we can do to support those who need us most

How can we tackle bullying of those with SEN?

For the start of National Bullying Week, John Grounds looks at what we can do to prevent the bullying of children with SEN in our schools

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...