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It’s time to join the dots

It's great that disabled people, disability charities and families were consulted for the Government's Disability Action Plan, says Laura Davis, but why doesn't it...

Teaching SEN abroad

Matthew Lee on what SEN professionals should know before making the move to international schooling. If you are looking at applying for an international SEN...

Reducing restraint

Tough approaches like zero tolerance and seclusion don't work, says Ben Higgins. We need a more person-centred and trauma-informed approach in education. For most children...

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...

Dyslexia’s two-edged sword

Dyslexia can feel like a superpower or a ball and chain, says Louise Selby. I am atrocious at packing. I can spend a whole day...

People of determination

Massrat Shiakh writes from Oman about the progress towards addressing special educational needs in the Middle East. Middle Eastern countries have undergone significant transformation and...

Point of view: Education Officer at nasen

Seeing the 'ability' in disability. Zoe Mather says we should be treating people more fairly. In education we should be continually looking to challenge the...

Point of view: home educator

Do it yourself. Rachel Hawkins is home-educating her autistic daughter. I have only been home educating my eleven-year-old daughter Isabelle since September, as she needed...

Getting to grips with assistive technology

We can create a daring, whole-school vision says Sam McFarlane. It's inescapable, the digital revolution is here to stay, and the world of education is...

Schools for children with dyslexia

The choice of school can be critical to a dyslexic child's educational future. CReSTeD can help, says Brendan Wignall. The Council for Registration of Schools...

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...

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