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The Nov/Dec issue of SEN Magazine is out now

Over recent years, the ancient practice of yoga has found a role in a growing number of UK schools. It’s popularity with educators is easy to understand. Yoga seeks to help individuals to relax, to regulate their bodies and to focus on the moment – all of which sounds like ideal preparation for learning. 

In this issue of SEN Magazine, Jyoti “Jo” Manuel looks at how yoga and mindful breathing can be particularly effective in helping children with SEN to relax and manage stress.

Teacher wellbeing is also centre stage in this issue. Viv Grant provides some key tips to help take the stress out of teaching, while Rosamund McNeil outlines important sources of professional support for teaching staff.

The process of putting together an education, health and care plan is the subject of Douglas Silas’ regular SEN law column. In our recruitment feature, Joshua Tipping assesses the special role of teaching assistants in SEN settings. And as always, SEN’s CPD, training and events section includes details of the latest courses, workshops, conferences and exhibitions.

Elsewhere, you’ll find articles on PMLD, spina bifida and hydrocephalus, safeguarding, bullying, dyslexia, attachment, creative arts, wheelchairs/mobility, school security, epilepsy 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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