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Point of view: The system is failing

Children and young people with special needs are being failed by the current system, writes Pooja Sharma. Thousands are without a school place that meets...

Don’t kill the villagers

Leah Bamford has created a Minecraft world in which Maths is relevant and fun. Meaningful everyday maths is a vital skill for living an independent...

Inclusive study trips

An accessible and inclusive study trip needs more than just making sure every student can attend, writes Petra Albrecht. Trips can have had a profound...

Challenge accepted

Jamie Bruce Jones discusses how to create robust and long-lasting solutions which challenge and inspire. The greatest benefit of outdoor play is independence. Outdoor play...

Our Rainbow Room

No two days are ever the same in the Rainbow Room, writes Lisa Pigg. Primary schools are busy places. Each morning is a humdrum of...

What it’s like

Joe Fautley wants everyone to understand autism. I'm passionate about using my voice and lived experience to help inspire autistic people to be confident in...

It’s time to join the dots

It's great that disabled people, disability charities and families were consulted for the Government's Disability Action Plan, says Laura Davis, but why doesn't it...

The superpower of looking

We're not doing enough to give our children the visual literacy skills they need in order to explore the modern world with confidence, says...

The new NPQ

Hazel Richards and Stephanie Brewster question whether the new NPQ qualification will equip SENCos with the theory and critical reflection needed to challenge, develop,...

SEND spaces

The best educational buildings for students with SEND are ones that are designed from the ground up for that purpose, writes Mark Brown. A new...

Book Reviews

When things go wrong at work

It's not easy being an autistic employee. Debby Elley and Maura Campbell know. Okay, so you've made a mistake. Or something hasn't gone your way...

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