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ADHD: practical support for students

Lizzie Lister's seven ways teachers can support students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). With rising awareness, many young people are being diagnosed with ADHD...

CPD for school leaders

Try spending more time together, recommends Nadia Hewstone. I have met many talented and committed senior leaders. I recently worked with a Senco who had...

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...

Support for collective action

Nic Ponsford offers six practical tips on embracing inclusion. The fight for inclusion should be a collective effort that recognises the power of a united...

CPD for ed-tech

Teachers need ongoing professional development, says Al Kingsley. Technology can be a powerful tool in the SEND classroom, facilitating new and engaging ways for pupils...

That Behaviour Book: The Simple Truth About Teaching Children

Stephen Baker has a background in teaching English and Drama., as well as working as a regional adviser to the National Strategies for behaviour...

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...

Suspension and exclusion guidance: Update

Douglas Silas looks at the recently-updated statutory guidance on suspension and permanent exclusion which will take effect in England from September 2023. I explored the...

The Research-Informed Teaching Revolution: A Handbook For the 21st Century Teacher

All three authors have a strong background in research, combined with classroom experience, practitioner enquiry and dissemination of best practice. There are also other...

It’s OK to read with your ears

Lucy Rand on the joys of audiobooks. It's so much easier to follow the story. Reading can be daunting for people with dyslexia. It can...

Book Reviews

Outstanding School Leadership:

How to take your school to the top and stay there Peter J. Hughes is CEO of a leading primary and secondary multi-academy trust in...

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