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Kate Parish on thoughts, and why they matter. A thought creeps into your head and starts to make you feel anxious or worried. The more...

School exclusion and its implications

The disproportionate exclusion of pupils with SEND is unacceptable, write Qaisar Sheikh and Richard Oldershaw. According to recent DfE figures, pupils with SEND account for...

“We’re our own worst enemy”

Coaches need to up their game, says Gillian Corke. I received an email from a friend who is a long-time teacher and sports coach. I...


Golf really can change lives, says Ben Evans. Until Vincent Helly was six years old, he didn't speak at all, living in silence. The boy...

Forking Wellness: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Health and Nutrition

The authors of this book hold qualifications in Clinical Nutrition, Eating Disorders and Intuitive Eating, as well as experience of working with clients and...

The fatal cost of healthcare inequalities

Simple healthcare changes could save the lives of people with a learning disability Medical professionals do a fabulous job for most people, but for someone...

Bodies in mind

Denisa Nenova explores the benefits of yoga for children with SEN

Healthy minds

Sarah Greenwood looks at how PSHE can help equip pupils with SEN for life at school and beyond

Managing diabetes

Martin Hirst provides a useful guide to supporting pupils with diabetes at school

On yer bike

Isabelle Clement looks at why everyone should be cycling

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...