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Becoming a therapeutic school

Peter Nelmes on how his school became more effective at identifying and meeting children's needs. We never set out with the intention of becoming a...

Raising Kids With Big Baffling Behaviours:

Brain-Body-Sensory Strategies That Really Work Robyn Gobbel is a mental health professional, who specialises in supporting the families of children with challenging behaviours. She runs...

Attachment: the elephant in the classroom

Jay Vaughan on why schools need to be trauma informed. Attachment is a sensation in the nervous system, flooding our body and brain with feel...

When the flower doesn’t bloom

When a flower doesn't bloom, you fix the environment in which it grows, not the flower. Emma Mander champions a more nurturing approach to...

A sense of belonging

As part of her masters thesis Stefanie Pearce studied the experiences of children who were looked-after or adopted at a trauma-informed school. Eliza attends a...

Non-attendance of autistic pupils and trauma

Kat Williams provides a stark insight into the reasons for non-attendance and what is needed to combat this issue. Numerous issues appear to impact autistic...

Creating a culture to support SEMH needs

Donna Gale-Page, CEO of SENDEducation & Pathway2Independence and Kerryn Thomas, SENDCo of the Romsey School discuss their thoughts on “Creating a culture to support...

The unforeseen journey

Lola Alvarez-Romano and Jessie Ellinor look at the trauma faced by some parents of children with SEN and how schools can support them

Healing not harming

When disciplining a student, simple things can make all the difference between triggering an aggressive or reflective response, writes Margot Sunderland Neuroscience research over the...

Child diagnosis: the need to be trauma informed

We need to consider a child’s experiences before rushing to a diagnosis of SEN, writes Margot Sunderland

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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