Chair of the National Association of Professionals concerned with Language Impairment in Children (NAPLIC) dispels some myths about Developmental Language Disorder.
Auditory skills are crucial to the development of literacy in young children. Sue Newman shows how a new training programme is showing parents and teachers how to bring music to every day activities for vulnerable young people.
Georgina Newton calls for an ethos of inclusion and tolerance in our education system.
Joan Deslandes, OBE, shows how Kingsford Community School is helping children from deprived backgrounds reach for the top, achieving the distinction of becoming a Centre of Excellence for their approach to inclusivity.
Sonia Blandford looks at the role of education in producing social mobility.
By the time students are in Post-16 education, they are well on their path to adulthood. For SEND students, this can be a particularly challenging time as they are forced to navigate increased independence and considerations of work and higher level studies. Lainy Russell of Achieving Further offers simple solutions for teachers supporting students through this important transition time.
The parents of disadvantaged children are the most difficult to engage but they must always be the priority! Caroline Kelly explains how the approach the issue in a large primary school in the Midlands.
Communicating with parents of disadvantaged children can be an ongoing challenge. Carolyn Kelly, Deputy Head Teacher shares ways to connect.
Child File - The Graduated Response: making it effective in an early years setting. Part 1
How can we effectively prepare children and young people today for future lives in a changing world that is inherently unknowable to us? Asks Stephan Burkey.