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The Eco Classroom

Melissa Quinney reports on a transformative new space at Asfordby Hill Primary School in Leicestershire. Asfordby Hill recently upgraded their school grounds with a 7m...

Teaching SEN abroad

Matthew Lee on what SEN professionals should know before making the move to international schooling. If you are looking at applying for an international SEN...

SEN and the Arts

Tara Page on how creativity in schools supports self-expression and well-being. When asked what I do, my official reply is Professor of Pedagogy and Praxis....

People of determination

Massrat Shiakh writes from Oman about the progress towards addressing special educational needs in the Middle East. Middle Eastern countries have undergone significant transformation and...

SEN129 : March/April 2024

Read SEN Magazine SEN129 : Mar/Apr here This is where we normally say something prefatorial to direct your attention to certain articles in the following...

Bridging the gap

Tia Papoutselou on transition issues for Y6 students with Speech, Language and Communication Need (SLCN) The transition from primary to secondary school is challenging for...

Ready for life

Pupils should leave college ready for the next stage in their life, says Harry Anderson. The transition from Key Stage 4 to Key Stage 5,...

Creative tech for all

Nick Birch explains how intuitive creative technology can help SEN students develop lifelong skills. The beauty of creative subjects is that they are inclusive in...

SEN in Japan

Special Needs Education in Japan is years behind other developed countries around the world, writes Cecil Burton. There are two distinct run school systems in...

The Guardian view on the special needs crisis: children don’t deserve...

By failing to adequately fund their own policy, ministers have created a destructive standoff between families, councils and schools A decade after David Cameron’s coalition...

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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