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Point of view: SEN lawyer

Reframe bad things into good things. A personal recommendation from Douglas Silas, specialist in SEN law. It's not easy to reframe bad things into good...

The right setting

Lorna Woolley on finding the right school environment for a child with learning challenges. Parents explore specialist provision for a child or young person for...

Aspergers: what you need to know

Elaine Nicholson offers some words of encouragement for the less experienced teacher in a mainstream classroom. Education should be inclusive for all, and If you...

Point of View: diversity campaigner

You can't be what you can't see. We need more disabled teachers, says Ruth Golding. Education should fully represent society, and it's important that we...

Bonkers Yoga

Michael Chissick ponders on what helped him improve his yoga teacher training programme in Special Needs Schools. It's yoga with a confident smile. Maybe I...

How to stop Bullying

Liffy McDonald enthuses about the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance The work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance (ABA) is more relevant than ever in the current...

Navigating the EHCP labyrinth

SEND lawyer and parent Sarah Fitzgibbons debunks some common myths about EHCPs. According to the latest government data, there are of 1.37 million children in...

Safeguarding

Karen Childs Smith on safeguarding when working with children and young people with additional needs. Children and young people who have special educational needs and...

The SEND Review

Douglas Silas looks at the Government's current SEND Review. The Review has been generally warmly received by Local Authorities, but some parent organisations have expressed...

SEND complaints soar in the past five years

'Lack of transparency' from councils during lockdowns. Complaints by parents desperate to get help for their vulnerable children look set to double compared with five...

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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