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Banning phones in England’s schools will not address online safety, say...

Call made for more ambitious legislation to protect children from harmful content on tech platforms Banning mobile phones in England’s schools will not address the...

The right setting

Lorna Woolley on finding the right school environment for a child with learning challenges. Parents explore specialist provision for a child or young person for...

Wellbeing in the Primary Classroom

The updated guide to teaching happiness and positive mental health Adrian Bethune is a part-time primary teacher, Deputy Chair of the Well Schools strategic board...

What matters most?

Look beyond the academic provision, says Katharine Sharpe. When I talk to parents and carers about choosing a school for their child, my first question...

Trust your instincts

Sotiria Vlahodimou shares her thoughts on choosing the right school or college. Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important...

Suspension and exclusion guidance: Update

Douglas Silas looks at the recently-updated statutory guidance on suspension and permanent exclusion which will take effect in England from September 2023. I explored the...

SEN125 : July/August 2023

READ SEN Magazine SEN125: July/August 2023 here What a lovely time of the year this is, with school fairs and outdoor events. I love planting...

Forest School: Overcoming educational barriers for young people with autism

Stephanie Smith and Catriona Henson take to the outdoors At The Cavendish School, our students are driven to succeed, but are unable to thrive in...

Square Pegs: Inclusivity, Compassion and Fitting In, A Guide For Schools

Fran Morgan founded Square Peg in 2019, following her own daughter’s struggles in the education system. She was joined by Ellie Costello in 2020,...

The Pocket Guide to Neurodiversity

Daniel Aherne founded Adjust in 2016 to help workplaces start the neurodiversity conversation and advises organisations on how to recruit and effectively manage a...

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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