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Marie Stock awarded MBE for services to education

Marie Stock, Vice Principal at The Manchester College, has been awarded an MBE for her services to education, recognising the long term, exemplary impact...

Tips for taking on a local authority

Laura Robertson-Hayes navigates communication with LAs. No parent should have to fight for their child to receive an education. Unfortunately, many parents are acutely aware...

Expert Roundtable: How can digital learning providers make their content more...

Throughout the last year, Covid and the subsequent restrictions have led to digital learning courses becoming more and more popular with learners from all...

A Practical Guide For All Providers of early Years Education Caring...

This colourful guide to SEND has been written by an experienced early years teacher and writer, in collaboration with a parent of a child...

Dyslexia in higher education

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Rhiannon Packer asks if late dyslexia diagnosis is preventing pupils from reaching their potential

Education: the human right that’s being denied

eddeniedQuality schooling is a right and a necessity for all pupils, writes Andrew Hobbs

Reality check

Inclusive books help to normalise disability and SEN and can be inspiring for children and families, writes Rose Robbins

What does a headteacher do?

A special school Head explains some of her key responsibilities and duties One thing I particularly value about being a headteacher is that no two...

Education, health and care plans explained (pt 3)

Douglas Silas continues his series on EHC plans with the first of a two-part article on issues arising from these key documents


Transitioning to higher education

Caroline Butterwick provides a useful guide for young people with SEN and disabilities starting university

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