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Applying mentally healthy schools resources

Rohl Popat reflects on the values and practical approaches of this school and how the Mentally Healthy Schools resource hub has supported their effects...

Supporting children with processing issues

SEN Specialist Jacqui Strubel offers some guidance on helping children deal with processing issues. As a SENCO, I have noticed that while a lot of...

Helping children manage their behaviour

Amanda Cooper discusses the challenges of working with pupils with SEBD and outlines some useful approaches to supporting them at school 

Understanding BESD

Hilary Nunns examines some of the main causes of behavioural, emotional and social difficulties at school

Firm foundations

Jacqui Shurlock looks at how to provide the right support for children with learning disabilities whose behaviours challenge

High anxiety

How does anxiety affect children and what can schools do to help? Amy Phipps and Sandra Dunsmuir explain all

Hearts and minds

Murrough McHugh looks at how specialist settings can support the academic and personal development of students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties

School makes behaviour problems worse

Early years see growth in emotional problems for children with SEN School environments must not “disable children further” Much more could be done to help children...

Knowing me, knowing you

James Joyce reveals how a therapeutic approach to behaviour management can bring out the best in even the most troubled of pupils

Looking out for the looked-after

Craig Goodall examines why looked-after children are particularly vulnerable to social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, and what we can do to help Many children in...

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...

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