From short courses to new qualifications at Levels 2 and 3, the sector now has more special needs training options than ever. By Meredith Jones Russell
Have the Education, Health and Care plans achieved their aim of ensuring that children with SEND receive the right support from all agencies early? Karen Faux investigates
How can early years settings – and the families who use them – get the best out of their SEND local...
What do setting leaders need to know when it comes to SEND? This guide covers funding, navigating the local offer, training, legal framework, complex needs and managing parents.
How do good managers address inclusion? What are the legal frameworks they need to be aware of? Framed around the protected characteristics under the Equality Act, Gabriella Jozwiak provides this comprehensive guide.
The topic of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the early years, including the Code of Practice, legislation, support and funding.
Best practice under the new Special Education Needs and Disability Code of Practice is explained by Dr Kay Mathieson.
Early years practitioners know that part of their job is reducing the disadvantage gap. But what do they really think of poor children? Dr Donald Simpson, who has led a two-year study into practitioners'perceptions of poverty, reports.
A programme to train early years practitioners and parents in language development has been improving language outcomes for children. Hannah Crown reports.
Children with parents in prison have a unique set of challenges to contend with, but the right sort of help targeted at prisoner families can have a positive impact on their futures. Ruth Stokes looks at some of the difficulties families...
Recent changes to the law on special educational needs provision have been dubbed the most significant in 30 years. Charlotte Goddard looks at the vital role of SENCOs.
The process for identifying and supporting those with special educational needs and disabilities has been given an update. Kay Mathieson considers how the changes will affect practice.
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