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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...

Selective mutism

Hannah Morris explains how children with selective mutism can develop the confidence to express themselves and thrive. When there is an expectation to talk, the...

SEN124 : May/June 2023

Read SEN Magazine SEN124: May/June 2023 here It’s been a busy few weeks here recently, including a very worthwhile trip to Dyslexia Show 2023 in...

How to make questions and instructions clearer for autistic pupils

Joe Butler shares her ten practical tips for how to be more inclusive of different communication styles when asking questions or giving instructions to...

How effective are interventions in Reception?

A London SLT team investigated how effectively universal and targeted interventions can bring children up to speed Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS community speech and...

Have they started talking yet?

Joanne Jones provides helpful advice on how to cope with unwelcome comments from friends and family. Have you ever been with your child at a...

The secret power of questions

Jennifer Boyd discusses how questions boost engagement and build language Have you ever found yourself in a power struggle with a two-year old? Do you...

SEN118 : May/June 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN118: May/June 2022 here On the 29th March, the UK Government published its Green Paper on the review of the SEND system....

Don’t take me out again!

Liz Elks offers a range of useful tips to develop speech and language skills in children If we’re not careful children with Speech, Language and...

SEN117 : March/April 2022

Read SEN Magazine SEN117: March/April 2022 here As we await the upcoming and, hopefully, comprehensive SEND review, it is reassuring to know that Members of...

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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