SEN

SEND, oracy & literacy resources

A new set of SEND resources is being published, while research into the effectiveness of oracy and literacy interventions has also been released


Calling all SEN professionals

Taking place on October 6 and 7, the 25th annual Tes SEN Show offers a range of CPD seminars, practical workshops, and debates. Show organiser Beverley Walters previews this year’s event



Autism ideas

A free app is aiming to involve people with autism in the creation of new technologies to tackle some of the daily challenges they face.


Deaf mentoring

A project that trains deaf pupils aged 10 and above to mentor other deaf children of all ages has been unveiled by the National Deaf Children’s Society.


Autism support

Schools are being offered access to an extensive range of free autism resources as well as expert advice. Launched by the National Autistic Society (NAS) last month, the initiative offers resources catering for learners from nursery through to secondary.



Disability sport funding

The Project Ability programme, which aims to get more disabled young people playing sport, has received a £300,000 funding boost.


Easy-read SEND guides

Two "easy read" guides to the SEND reforms have been produced to help parents and young people with learning disabilities.


RESOURCE: Supporting deaf children

Bullying and Deaf Children: A guide for primary and secondary schools has been launched to help schools tackle any bullying issues that deaf pupils might be experiencing.


BOOK REVIEW: Achievement for All

This book is both informative and well-structured; outlining the Achievement for All (AFA) programme in a very clear way from vision to practical outworking.


Support for Liver disease

With two children a day being diagnosed with a liver disease, a new resource has been published to help schools.


The Children’s Trust

A free curriculum pack has been created by a children's charity to help pupils empathise with those who have complex health needs.

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