By understanding autism and the particular characteristics of PDA, you can be in a better position to support children in your setting. Find some strategies here.
SEMH stands for social, emotional, and mental health. Learn about how you can support the SEMH needs of the children and young people you work with here.
Physical activity is important for all as it helps prevent and manage any major illnesses. Learn about activities for disabled children here.
Around 150,000 children in England received SEN support for their specific learning difficulty in 2020/21. Learn more about SpLDs and how you can help here.
In order to support children with SEND, you need to feel confident in your knowledge of best practice in this area. Test your understanding here.
It is now a statutory requirement for schools to use the engagement model. Learn more about its key principles and how it should be applied in schools here.
A lack of understanding about ADHD can perpetuate many untruths. We outline some of the most common ADHD myths and confront them with facts here.
A Graduated Approach is recommended to ensure the needs of children with SEND are met. Find out how this works within an education setting here.
The Local Offer was introduced to help improve the lives of children with SEND and their families. Find out how schools can contribute to it here.
It is vital that children with dyscalculia are identified and supported as early as possible. Learn about how to support children with dyscalculia here.