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The July/August issue of SEN Magazine is out now

sen101coverIn this issue of SEN Magazine, the Director of the National Literacy Trust, Jonathan Douglas, provides a fascinating insight into the state of children’s literacy. He looks at how literacy is changing and why good literacy skills are more important than ever for children and young people’s life chances. He also offers practical advice on how we can all help children fall in love with reading.

In SEN news we examine a number of damning new reports that have prompted the Government to promise action on the high-profile issues of the use of restraint and seclusion in care and health settings, “off-rolling” by schools, and the care of people with learning disabilities and autism in institutions.

In our regular features, Douglas Silas presents a useful introduction to education, health and care plans, in SEN law, and Catherine Brennan discusses what education recruiters can learn from alternative provision, in recruitment. As always, our CPD, training and events section is your indispensable guide to forthcoming SEN courses, workshops, conferences and exhibitions. 

Also in this issue, you will find articles on dyslexia, manual handling, cerebral palsy, PSHE, augmentative and alternative communication, modular eco-classrooms, family days out, looked-after children, visual impairment and autism.

If you would like to have your say on any issue relating to special educational needs, we are always keen to receive contributions for our point of view section. Please send me a short This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you’re interested. 

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SEN Magazine Editor
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In this issue – SEN101, July/August 2019:

  • literacy
  • autism
  • family days out
  • relationships and sex education
  • looked after children
  • SEN law
  • dyslexia
  • manual handling
  • cerebral palsy
  • augmentative and assistive communication
  • modular classrooms
  • visual impairment
  • plus SEN news, CPD, recruitment, latest products and ideas and more... 

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