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Creativity and the Arts In Early Childhood

Supporting Young Children’s Development and Wellbeing Ruth Churchill Bower is the Director of Early Arts, which she established in 2002. She is also a trainer,...


Susan Hartley (‘Yoga Sue’) shares her passion for yoga and how it can be adapted for any body and ability to support health, mental...

The three Ms for making literacy fun

Nicola Hankey on making literacy fun for children with SEN. Every SENDCo knows that literacy can be key to learning. But it can enrich the...

Improving mobility through Targeted Training

Sarah Bew describes how Targeted Training, alongside physiotherapy, can improve movement control and mobility. Children with mobility problems may have difficulties with sitting, standing or walking...

Fascinating rhythm

Mary Mountstephen explains how rhythmic exercises can engage pupils and improve academic performance

Bodies in mind

Denisa Nenova explores the benefits of yoga for children with SEN

Getting moving on physical activity

Are children with Down syndrome missing out on the benefits of regular physical activity? Samantha Downs finds out what parents think

Dyspraxia Awareness

As preparations are made for Dyspraxia Awareness Week in October, Wendy Fidler, of the Dyspraxia Foundation, provides some key pointers to an understanding of this little known condition

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...