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No Policy is an Island

No Policy is an Island

How the ICF international classification system may support local education planning in England. Olympia Palikara, Susana Castro, Carolina Gaona and Vasiliki Eirinaki School of Education, University of Roehampton, London, United Kingdom One of the most important...

Ideology Versus Implementation

Ideology Versus Implementation

Professionals’ views on the new policy for special educational needs in England. Olympia Palikara, Susana Castro, Carolina Gaona and Vasiliki Eirinaki School of Education, University of Roehampton, London, United Kingdom   It is not uncommon to find that changes...

Are we there yet?

Are we there yet?

Capturing the Voices of Children in the Education Health and Care Plans Olympia Palikara, Susana Castro, Carolina Gaona and Vasiliki Eirinaki School of Education, University of Roehampton, London, United Kingdom   Capturing the voices of children with special...

Article: The Dilema Of Red Nose Day

Article: The Dilema Of Red Nose Day

by Tracy Edwards Can activities based around Red Nose Day help or undermine pupils with special educational needs and disabilities to ‘read their world’? Tracy reflects on her experiences at a London Special School. Click here to view the full article, published...

The SEND Hub Podcast with Brian Butterworth

The SEND Hub Podcast with Brian Butterworth

Brian Butterworth Margaret Mulholland speaking with Brian Butterworth, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience - UCL, sharing insights and evidence around Dyscalculia.   Brian is Chair of Governors for Swiss Cottage Teaching School Alliance and has recently released...

Employability Progression Planner

Employability Progression Planner

This Progression Planner is to enable practitioners to identify an appropriate personal learning intention for an individual, which supports the development of skills for employability. To support practitioner thinking and planning, this Progression Planner splits the area of ‘Employability’ into four “strands”: ‘Skills for Work’ (green), ‘Functional Skills’ (blue), ‘Seeking Employment’ (light pink), ‘In the Workplace’ (dark pink).

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