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Sensory strategies

Practical tips for using sensory equipment and approaches in the classroom, by Kim Griffin Occupational therapists often recommend sensory strategies, such as using wobble cushions...

Making the magic happen


Joanna Grace explains how schools can get the most out of their sensory rooms

This farming life

Living on a farm is working wonders for her son with autism, writes Hannah Reeves 

Sensory support for dyslexia

Susie Nyman reveals how a multi-sensory approach can help dyslexic students with their learning

Unstructured times are the worst!

Karen Ferguson provides some simple ideas to help pupils with autism during break and transition times at school

Living life in colour

Alex Manners reveals how Asperger’s affects his daily life and is now helping him to shape his future

Outdoor inspiration

Schools can use outdoor play areas to foster learning, improve behaviour and promote inclusion, writes Sam Flatman

Personal growth

Something’s blooming in our school gardens and it looks a lot like education, writes Becky Pinniger

A sense of wonder

Gareth Jones and Sheena Hardwick discuss the importance of sensory equipment in promoting educational development

Flights of fancy

Toni and Gordon Dickinson reveal how art gives children with SEN a route to self-expression