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SEN119: July/August 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN119: July/August 2022 here The English SEND Review comes in for some stick in this issue, as Warren Carrett lets off steam...

Mental Health & SEN

Headteacher Ben Levinson explains why we need to be proactive, not reactive when it comes to the mental health of our SEN pupils. Schools are...

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...

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...

Supporting successful transitions from Primary to Secondary School for children with...

Transitioning to secondary school can be made less daunting for children, writes Jamie Goodall-Barber.  The move from a Primary to a Secondary School can be...

Building positive relationships

Elizabeth Shields explains why a focus on individual trauma can assist teachers in supporting looked-after children with SEMH needs

Meeting the mental health challenge

Early support is crucial to enable children with social, emotional and mental health needs to flourish, writes Eileen Sheerin

Communication’s the thing

Louisa Reeves on the importance of identifying and supporting SLCN at school

Play for all

Ben Shears looks at how to design an outdoor learning space that celebrates ability

The costs of exclusion

School exclusions are harming young people and exacerbating their mental health issues, writes Asha Patel

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