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Meeting the mental health challenge

Jeff Thomas discusses the implications of policy developments in children's emotional wellbeing and mental health affecting primary schools

SEN legal Q&A: the local offer

Continuing his series for SEN Magazine, specialist SEN solicitor Douglas Silas answers questions about the “local offer”

Dyslexia sector calls for changes to SEN reforms

Many children and young people with SEN could suffer when the Children and Families Bill takes effect next year because their needs may not...

Rewriting the Code

With a new SEN Code of Practice due next year, Children’s Minister Edward Timpson outlines what we can expect, and what the Government hopes it will achieve

Saved by the Bill?

 Parent Jane Raca looks at how the forthcoming Children and Families Bill could affect families like her own

Meeting the SEN challenge

Alison Ryan looks at how the Government’s SEN reforms will impact on schools, and what it all means for teachers

SEN legislation revealed

The Government has published draft legislation on its reform of provision for children and young people with SEN which will be included in the...

Parents promised greater power in Government’s SEN Green Paper response

The Government will flesh out its plans for SEN provision today in its long awaited response to the SEN Green Paper of March 2011. Following...

SEN system to get “biggest reform in 30 years”

The Government has announced details of a new Children’s and Families Bill which it says will overhaul the special educational needs (SEN) system, providing...

What do parents make of the SEN Green Paper?

A new report issued by the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) brings together the opinions of parents and professionals on the Government’s plans...

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