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Using music in everyday SEN

Emma Kenrick on the benefits of music for SEN. We all have unique connections and associations with music. Music is present from the beginnings of...

Interactive music experiences for SEN learners

Hertfordshire based charity, Electric Umbrella, creates live, interactive music experiences for people with SEN. Co-founder, Mel Boda, reflects on how it all began, and the...

The Arts in Primary Education: Breathing life, colour and culture into...

Author: G. KenyonPublisher: Bloomsbury EducationISBN: 978-1-4729-6105-1Price: £19.99 The author was a primary school teacher before becoming Head of Education at the National Gallery, and then...

Breaking down barriers

Victoria Doxat explores the wide-ranging benefits of playing musical instruments for children with autism and SPD

Licence to learn

The performing arts can play a central role in the education of children with SEN, writes Belinda Ellicott

Music in mind

Simon Procter reveals how music therapy can provide a vital form of expression for troubled pupils  

Lost in music

Jane Douglas examines the difficulties that children with PMLD have in making sense of sound

Close encounters of the musical kind

Andrew Cleaton outlines a project using inclusive music-making to engage children with SEN and enrich the curriculum

What’s on listings for people with SEN

An online what’s on listing service, specifically designed for parents and carers with children, family or friends with special needs, has been launched by...

Music of note

Jeremy Newton looks at how music can help children with SEN to engage with mainstream learning

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