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Teamwork Makes The Dreamwork - a 'thank you' to TA's
By J. Grocott (@deputygrocott), Primary Deputy and creator of #FFBWednesday for which he is the 2019 Edufuturist ‘Wellbeing Ambassador’ winner.
Working, as a parent of a disabled child – the supersized juggle
By Anita Kerwin-Nye, Director at YHA, Lead at Every Child Should and a campaigner on access and inclusion. She is mum of 4 and keeper of chickens
What does ADHD mean to me?
We wanted to boost the voices of people in the ADHD community alongside releasing our book 'ADHD and Me'.
So, we asked the ADHD community what the...
Review of Stories that Explain, by Lynn McCann
Social stories are by their nature, 'stories that explain'. Unfortunately, although written with best intentions, social stories are often not str...
Tips to support children with sensory challenges at Christmas
By Kim Griffin, occupational therapist
(Details on Kim's Christmas giveaway can be found at the end of this blog)
As a quick introduction for th...
SEND Support In Schools
By Jenna, age 10 who has an acute anxiety disorder and ADHD, and Lucy, age 14 who has Cerebral Palsy
Hello, my name is Jenna and I am 10 years o...
Special Educational Needs and the Needs Assessment
By Bren Prendergast, Specialist Teacher & parent-trainer for sen-help.org.uk. Sen-help provides training on a range of topics related to SEN a...
Q&A with a Yr 10 student with SEND. Discussing behaviour, support, friendships.
By J who has diagnoses of ASD, ADHD, Tourette’s, Dyspraxia and has an EHCP.
In an attempt to gain his authentic voice and opinions, J's responses h...
What do young people with SEND want to say?
Parents asked their children and young people to share their voices with us.
If you could change one thing, what would it be?
If you cou...
Time to join the CompassionEDrevolution
By Jon Reid, Senior Lecturer in Child Development and SEN/ Inclusion, School of Education. PGCE, PGDES, PCTHE, MSC.OXON, MBPSS, FHEA
Leading Great SEND Provision in Schools - By David Bartram OBE
David Bartram OBE
In 2008, after being a SENCO for about 10 years, I was seconded to work with London Challenge. London Challenge, set up by...
Why joint working is vital for good outcomes; How to work effectively in school-home partnership
Liz Murray (Founder of consultancy Spotlight Education Support & SENCo at Priestnall School) and Claire Ryan (Parent to young people with S...
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