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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...

Changing the narrative, one word at a time

Lucy Plunkett on writing for children with SEN. Never more so than now, with reports that the number of referrals to mental health services for...

The disproportionate impact of the pandemic on children with SEND: is...

Debbie Craig explores the disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on children with SEND and how innovative technology can help improve outcomes. No-one would dissent from the...

Technology will transform lives of pupils with SEN, says Minister

The Government is to finance school trials of assistive technology which it says will help “level the playing field” for pupils with SEN and...

Making a move

George Fox and Lesley Copland look at supporting young people with autism in the transition to an adult placement or moving home after education

Bullying and SEN

Sophie Keenleyside
looks at how schools can engender more tolerant attitudes to difference 

Maths manipulation

Melody Lowe looks at how to help children with SEN engage with mathematics

High five for tablets

Peter Maxwell offers five reasons why tablet computers should be used to support children with SEN

Be the best you can be

Three successful Paralympic athletes tell SEN Magazine how they use sport to inspire pupils with special needs

Do MPs take SEN seriously?

Recent reforms mask an apparent apathy towards SEN in Parliament, writes Rachel Collinson 

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