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Minister’s update on SEND review, Vicky Ford

Vicky Ford, the Children and Families Minister gave a speech on the 8th July to the Association of Directors of Children's Services. In that...

School avoidance : Unlocking brighter futures

Samantha Lea discusses how the right balance of academic and vocational opportunities in a nurturing supportive environment can provide even the most long-term school...

Petition Watch

Our readers are passionate about a wide range of issues. Here we will provide you with opportunities to support initiatives which are of importance...

How Teacher Assessed Grading is Impacting SEN Students

With exams cancelled for the second year running, many students are understandably anxious about what this means for their qualifications and the potential impact...

The Modern Role of a SENCo

Nigel Pugh writes about the many different hats a SENCo must wear in their daily work.Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCo) are probably the most...

Embracing Edtech Beyond the Pandemic

A personalised approach to SEN learning A tailored approach to learning has never been more important than it is right now for students with special...

Relationships and sex education: engaging parents

Kate Reynolds explains why parents of children with SEN are not teaching proper RSE – and why they should. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is...

Supporting epilepsy at school

What’s school like for a pupil with SEN and epilepsy? Carol Long reveals two families’ very different experiences 

Education, health and care plans (pt 4)

Douglas Silas concludes his series of articles on EHC plans by looking at forms of redress available to parents

What’s going on with SEN law?

Broken deadlines and spiralling complaints are not what the SEN reforms were meant to deliver, write Ed Duff and Laura Carr

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