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The Sept/Oct issue of SEN Magazine is out now

Choosing a school or college for a child with SEN can be one of the most difficult decisions parents will ever make. In this issue of SEN Magazine, Bernadette John takes a look at some of the key considerations for families and provides ten useful tips to help you get the most out of a visit to a potential school. 

Also in this issue, Steph Reed offers up some inclusive strategies to support pupils with autism in the classroom; Cathy Parvin explains why dyspraxia is so often overlooked at school; and Leo Capella looks at how relaxed performances are opening up new experiences for people with SEN.

In our regular features, James Bowen examines the effects of the latest pay awards on teacher recruitment and Luna Williams argues that immigration policies may be discouraging SEN teachers from remaining in the UK. In his SEN law column, Douglas Silas outlines the law on assessments for an education, health and care plan. And as always, SEN’s CPD, training and events section includes details of the latest courses, workshops, conferences and exhibitions.  

You will also find articles on adoption, looked-after children, SEMH needs, ME, dyslexia, adverse childhood experiences, inclusive publishing, school trips, high-functioning autism, and home education. 

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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