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Alexandra Strick and Beth Cox look at how we can ensure children’s books reflect the real experiences of kids


Emma Sterland
shares some useful tips on how to communicate with people who are non-verbal

To mark National Adoption Week, Chris Burton talks to Claire Brasier, adoptive mum of two children with SEN

Murrough McHugh looks at how specialist settings can support the academic and personal development of students with social, emotional and behavioural difficulties

Children love to have fun, but play is also a vital way of learning. Simple recipes for making a mess.

Children love to have fun, but play is also a vital way of learning. Simple recipes for making a mess.

<a href=”http://www.hope-education.co.uk/blog/Messy-Play-Recipes-for-Children”><img src=”http://wp.hope-education.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/HE-MessyRecipes-optimised.jpg” alt=”Messy Play Recipes for Children” width=”100%” style=”max-width:800px” border=”0″ /></a><br><span style=”font-family:arial; font-size:12px;”>Provided by <a href=”http://www.hope-education.co.uk/”/>Hope Education</a></span>

Sally Payne explains how occupational therapists can work in partnership with schools to support children with dyspraxia/DCD

How is the Government’s grand plan for SEN working out in reality? SEN solicitor Douglas Silas addresses some key questions

Judith Hooper looks behind the label at the reality of parenting a child with SEN

John Harris assesses the chances of vision impaired children becoming socially mobile adults

Everyone must play their part in tackling bullying of kids with SEN, writes Janet Shmulevitch

Specialist SEN solicitor Douglas Silas answers questions about “outcomes”, a key concept in the new SEN system

Official guidance may have caused more problems for teaching reading than it’s solved, writes Debbie Hepplewhite


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