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Wellbeing in the Primary Classroom

The updated guide to teaching happiness and positive mental health Adrian Bethune is a part-time primary teacher, Deputy Chair of the Well Schools strategic board...

Beyond coordination

Joanne Riordan, who is dyspraxic herself, on supporting dyspraxia in the classroom. By its very name, developmental coordination disorder makes us focus on someone’s physical...

Five thoughts on PSHE for older students

Angela Milliken-Tull on developing PSHE for older students with learning differences or neurodiversity. Since September 2020, Relationships, sex, and health education (RSHE) has been statutory...

BEAR: A Story of Autism and Difference

The author first became interested in autism during high school psychology in the USA and this interest has continued throughout her professional career as...

The twitch itch

Nicholas Watts on bird-watching and outside learning for people with learning differences. Bird watching has the power to both stimulate and calm the senses. The...

Breaking barriers

IT is crucial for SEN support internationally, says Nathaniel Comer. I was first diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 39, and I have experienced...

New research reveals parents are closer to their child’s learning than...

·        61% of parents have learnt something new about the way their child learns  ·        60% feel they previously had misconceptions about their child’s learning style    ·        Biggest concerns...

Building Skills for Effective Primary Teaching: A Guide to Your School...

The editors of this revised edition currently work in higher education, following careers in primary schools, with specialisms including learning differences, mathematics, art and...

ADHD Is Our SuperPower: The Amazing Talents and Skills of Children...

Soli Lazarus runs the Yellow Sun Consultancy that  provides  help to families and schools with primary age children with ADHD. She is a former...

Book Reviews

Teaching Dyslexic Students: Theory and Practice

Lynn Lovell is head of Professional Practice at the British Dyslexia Association. She has completed an MA in Specific Learning Difficulties with a focus...

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