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A personal sense of winning

Mike Dale on the Outstanding Achievement Awards. The pandemic had a catastrophic impact on activity levels. This hit pupils with SEND hardest, as they already...

It’s OK to read with your ears

Lucy Rand on the joys of audiobooks. It's so much easier to follow the story. Reading can be daunting for people with dyslexia. It can...

Creating a culture to support SEMH needs

Donna Gale-Page, CEO of SENDEducation & Pathway2Independence and Kerryn Thomas, SENDCo of the Romsey School discuss their thoughts on “Creating a culture to support...

Family yoga

Lisa Harwood discusses the benefits of family yoga. Introduction Yoga in Schools is a CIC that brings yoga teachers to schools across the UK and director Charlotta...

Why punishments don’t work for children with ADHD

Imagine these scenarios: A child, let’s call her Katy, is in a maths class but is continually turning around and talking to her friend in...

Born to Be Awesome

The author of this book works in the music and performing arts industry and is a former anorexic, volunteer worker and an enthusiastic advocate...

Building outdoor attitudes

Nick Russell examines the power of outdoor activities to inspire children and bring them together

Dyslexics need emotional support

Dyslexic students need high levels of emotional support, and positive reactions from parents, peers and teachers, in order to prevent their diagnoses from negatively...

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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