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What can working with horses teach us about mental health

Emma Hutchinson describes the mental health lessons that working with horses can pass on. Movement is magical If a horse gets stuck in the sympathetic nervous...

SEN116 : January/February 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN116: January/February 2022 here The field of SEND is a very broad area, it embraces a wide range of specialists and...

Non-attendance of autistic pupils and trauma

Kat Williams provides a stark insight into the reasons for non-attendance and what is needed to combat this issue. Numerous issues appear to impact autistic...

Supporting SEN pupils mental health post-Covid

Sarah Johnson takes the ‘Thinking About School’ survey as the starting point for pupil-led mental health proposals In March 2020, the previous Secretary State of...

How commitment and compassion kept a SEN school running during coronavirus

Cheryl Smith recounts her experiences of working with young people with PMLD when a pandemic is thrown into the mix. Working with young people who have...

SEND and Safeguarding: more than four bullet points

Sara Alston gives an in-depth analysis of the additional safeguarding vulnerabilities of children with SEND. Keeping Children Safe in Education 2021 uses just four bullet points...

Living with epilepsy: stories of children and their families

Rajvinder Singh Gill accounts of families and their children’s journey through the process of diagnosis and its aftermath. The diagnosis of epilepsy is part of a...

The hidden challenges faced by disabled teachers

Determined to lift the lid on disability, teacher Valenee Gosine discusses the impact of her GNE Myopathy diagnosis upon her profession with Karen Olney. There’s a resounding sense...

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...

How one specialist school is hoping to change the world’s approach...

Cheryl Smith describes the background and work of the LightBulb programme, established to share professional experience in children’s mental health “Mental illness, especially in young...

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