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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...

Alternative education for children out of school

Children being denied chance to thrive – Ombudsman reports. Children are all too often being robbed of the chance to fulfil their potential, because some...

Education Advocacy launches a new interactive map listing SEN schools in...

Education Advocacy launches a new interactive map which collates the Department for Education s41, non maintained and independent special schools lists on one searchable...

Siblings and special educational needs

Judy Gordon highlights the challenges and rewards of having a sibling with SEN. Sibling relationships are generally viewed by relatives and friends as characterised by long-term...

Nightmare parents or lack of understanding?

Grace Williams provides the parent’s perspective In 2020, 275,604 children were reported as having an educational, health and care plan (EHCP) in the UK with...

The outsider

The signs of dyspraxia are clear to see, if only we know what to look for. Cathy Parvin tells of one little boy and his struggle to fit in at school

Are there reasons to be cheerful for the SEN resources market?

Despite claims of education cuts and economic gloom, Ray Barker provides an optimistic prognosis for the SEN resources market

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