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Dyspraxia can affect anyone, with the symptoms and their severity being individual to each person. Discover what dyspraxia is and how to provide support here.
The importance of encouraging men to talk about their mental health is paramount. Find tips on looking after yourself and those you know here.
Loneliness can be particularly prevalent in older people. We highlight ways in which you can help those struggling with loneliness in later life here.
As an early years practitioner, awareness and understanding of SEND is essential. Learn about how to support children with SEND in early years here.
Effective teaching is constantly recognised as one of the key drivers in school improvement. Learn about the characteristics of effective teaching here.
Promoting equality and diversity in education is essential for both teachers and students. Find a range of activities for you to use in the classroom here.
Emojis and abbreviations are forming a fast-growing hidden language amongst young people. Learn about the potential hidden meanings here.
There are a number of inequalities throughout the health and social care sector. Learn more about the meaning of gender health inequalities here.
Trauma informed schools create safe and nurturing environments. Find some trauma informed classroom strategies that you can use here.
A concern that continues to grow is the rise of incel culture, and the risks it poses to young people. Find out what it is and how schools can tackle the risks here.
A positive learning environment can support all children to flourish. Find out how to create a positive learning environment in your classroom here.
Anyone can be a victim of hate or mate crime and it’s vital that incidents are taken seriously. Find out what hate crime is and how it links with mate crime here.
If you work in health and social care or teach children, you should understand what fabricated illness is. Learn how to spot the signs here.
Being able to identify exploitation and criminal activity involving children and adults at risk can benefit us all. Find guidance on what cuckooing is here.
As a career, SEN teaching can be incredibly rewarding. Find the essential qualifications required of a SEN teacher and the key responsibilities involved here.
If you work in health and social care, it is important that you are aware of the latest white paper and the plans to improve services. Find a summary here.
Dignity and respect are crucial in nursing and an essential part of delivering high-quality care. Download our free checklist here.
In this case study, we look at how online training gave staff at The Gleddings Preparatory School the freedom and flexibility that they were looking for.
In this case study, we look at how online training gave the staff at The Wakefield Trinity Community Foundation the unique learner journey they were looking for.
Mental health refers to a state of well being and is important throughout life. Learn more about the different types of mental health here.