The Wellbeing Of Secondary School Pupils With SEN

This DfE report authored by the City University of London compares levels of happiness and psychological difficulties between children with and without special educational needs (SEN) 2012 to 2013. It finds that certain characteristics of secondary-school children are associated with having SEN; such as being a boy, being eligible for free school meals, having a parent with a long-standing illness or disability or low wellbeing, and being bullied (physically or non-physically). Leadership Briefing 11.12(132)

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