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Heavy work in outdoor play

Samantha Tolley and colleagues talk about pushing, pulling and lifting. When a child has sensory processing difficulties, appropriate automatic reactions and behaviours are not as...

Brick by brick

Dr Gina Gomez de la Cuesta on building skills and learning through play. Children's brains are designed to absorb information about their world through playful...

Shapes, lines and visual correspondence

Valerie Critten and David Messer on teaching children with cerebral palsy to write and spell. Many children with cerebral palsy have difficulties with learning to...

From ‘attachment disorder’ to ‘developmental trauma’

Dr Jennifer Nock outlines how schools should work towards trauma-lnformed practice. IntroductionUntil quite recently, the narrative around children who have experienced Developmental Trauma, sometimes referred...

Grace under pressure

Paul Keenleyside describes methods of coaching used as a tool to support wellbeing and resilience in special school leadership Over the last five years I...

Personal Development For Teachers: 9 Steps for Success

Jacquie Turnbull is the Director of Accende, a company that uses profiling to improve professional effectiveness and also Pracademe, where she provides coaching for...

Book Reviews

Outstanding School Leadership:

How to take your school to the top and stay there Peter J. Hughes is CEO of a leading primary and secondary multi-academy trust in...

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