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Bringing emotional wellbeing into the classroom

Donna Hill argues that the whole school approach to the wellbeing of pupils is more important than ever. For many children, the pandemic will have...

Identifying a school with social and emotional literacy in the time...

Sotiria Vlahodimou identifies the features which make a school the right choice for parents and children alike.  Parents looking for suitable education providers post-pandemic are...

What’s new with PSHE?

An update on PSHE by Zoe Mather. What are some of the challenges of teaching the curriculum to learners with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)...

Relationships and sex education: engaging parents

Kate Reynolds explains why parents of children with SEN are not teaching proper RSE – and why they should. Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is...

Grief unspoken

Sarah Helton explains how to support children with SEN through bereavement and grief

Rewriting the literary landscape

Children’s literature needs a reality check, writes Neelam Dongha

Promoting healthy relationships

Lesley Kerr-Edwards looks at how to provide effective and appropriate sex and relationship education for young people with SEN

Sexuality and autism

Kate Reynolds reveals the what, how and when of sex education for young people with severe autism

Food: it’s the real thing

If we’re all now so clued-up about food, why don’t we feed healthier meals to our children, asks John Steward

Continence at school

June Rogers explains how schools can support children who have toileting issues

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