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SEN fostering

There are many reasons why people foster, but they all have one thing in common—a wish to make a positive difference to the lives...

Unlocking talent

Emma Finch’s uplifting story about fostering. When Kim David Jones and his wife Caron welcomed Daniel into their lives, they couldn't have foreseen the joy...

A sense of belonging

As part of her masters thesis Stefanie Pearce studied the experiences of children who were looked-after or adopted at a trauma-informed school. Eliza attends a...

Looked After Children

Ian Butler details the needs of looked after children Having been to many personal education plan (PEP) meetings and listened to a multitude of children,...

Building Sensorimotor Systems in Children with Developmental Trauma: A Model For...

Sarah Lloyd is a specialist occupational therapist, with decades of experience working in child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) and with a commitment...

Building positive relationships

Elizabeth Shields explains why a focus on individual trauma can assist teachers in supporting looked-after children with SEMH needs

Changing the narrative on care

Jennifer Nock provides positive ideas to help schools and local authorities support looked-after children 

Is Pupil Premium Plus working?

Julie Johnson assesses the impact of schools’ spending on looked-after children

Fostering positivity

David Eggboro talks to a mother who feels her family has been enriched by fostering a child with SEN

Making children’s homes outstanding

What does best practice look like for children’s homes supporting those with complex needs? Eleanor Schooling explains Ofsted’s view

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...