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SEN128 : January/February 2024

Read SEN Magazine SEN128 : Jan/Feb here It's definitely a three-brew issue this time, so if you're sitting comfortably, we can begin.If you, like me,...

Suspension and exclusion guidance: Update

Douglas Silas looks at the recently-updated statutory guidance on suspension and permanent exclusion which will take effect in England from September 2023. I explored the...

Embracing inclusion in a remote setting

Every child has the right to an education, writes Marytina Osuchukwu and Janice Ireland. According to UNICEF, the Right to an Education is one of...

Report highlights impact of school exclusions on pupils

The effects of exclusion School exclusions have left some children at increased risk of harm – with decisions too often taken without efforts to understand...

On the Fringes: Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive, child-centred, needs-based...

Jackie Ward had extensive experience as a teacher, SENCO and deputy head in the primary sector before setting up her own consultancy. Here, she...

Positive support for learning disability

We need new attitudes and a new approach to the care and education of children with complex needs, writes Ben Higgins

Schools illegally excluding children with autism

Four in ten children with autism in England were illegally excluded from school during a 12-month period, according to a new survey carried out...

SEN exclusions are “unacceptably high”

Children with SEN are nine times more likely to be excluded from school than those with no identified special need. A new report by...

Survey of unofficial exclusions

Contact a Family is seeking the views of parents with disabled children who may have been unofficially excluded from school. The charity, which runs the...

Link between deprivation and exclusion

UK Youth has outlined concern over what it sees as a clear link between deprivation and exclusion revealed in the Government's latest figures on...

Book Reviews

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...

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