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How one Special Needs centre is adapting to a socially distanced...

Here at Calvert Lakes, we have been welcoming school groups to our residential outdoor activities centre in the Lake District since 1978....

Will absentee children receive fines again?

The current situation around keeping your child at home or sending them to school is complicated, but Karen Holden explains.

How church helped my daughter during lockdown

Marcia Squire-Wood talks about the support her daughter Ruby has received from her church during the Covid-19 lockdown. Lockdown...

Autumn Term visits will not be inspections, says Ofsted

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In September, many schools will be opening again for the first time since March 20th. Schools have adapted in various ways to...

Supporting children in the aftermath of the pandemic

Children, especially in deprived areas, may benefit from smaller class sizes, writes Louise Connolly. As we go through these unprecedented...

Coronavirus and young people’s legal rights

Lucy Atherton describes the effects of various government measures on SEN law. Various measures have been taken by...

Autism, anxiety and some surprising lockdown wins

We all know about the downsides of quarantine, but Karen Massey shares some surprising upsides to lockdown for children with autism. 

Why we can’t forget young people in our response to Covid-19

Katherine Mathieson, CEO of the British Science association, shares some interesting new data on young people’s response to COVID-19.

Hiring teachers during a global pandemic

Recruitment is challenging and stressful at the best of times. When you combine this with the uncertainty created by the COVID-19 pandemic,...

5 survival tips for autism parents during Covid-19 lockdown

Jo writes based on her extensive research and 5+ experiences working with children on the autism spectrum. 1. Parents...

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