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Morph Mastery

A Morphological Intervention for Reading, Spelling and Vocabulary Louise Selby is a primary trained teacher with extensive experience in teaching and supporting learners with learning...

Being With Our Feelings: A Mindful Approach to Wellbeing for Children

Anita Kate Garai is a teacher, poet and mindfulness wellbeing consultant and facilitator, who has also worked as a primary school teacher and in...

SEND in museums

How Sam Bowen has helped change attitudes to SEND. I set out on my museum path as a student volunteer for Norwich Castle Museum, and...

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...

Multisensory learning: corridors matter too

Richard Hirstwood looks at aspects of multisensory learning in relation to school environments and how to improve the learning journey. Multisensory learning is used to...

Multisensory Storytelling

Victoria Navin's passion for connecting people with SEND to literature and culture inspired her to develop stories that can be fun and motivating. There are...

Rhyming Multisensory Stories

Victoria Navin has worked in special education for over ten years and has devised a series of stories to help children and young people...

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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