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Funding for children with special educational needs has failed to keep pace with the rise in demand for provision, according to the National Education Union.

How the tactile sense develops in young children, and its purpose in relation to physical and emotional health. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson

Children born intersex or with differences of sex development are an often misunderstood subject. Caroline Vollans explores the issue and reveals how settings can offer support

The Bercow: Ten Years On report revealed some good progress, but we need to keep the momentum going to help children with SLCN, says Bob Reitemeier

How can settings ensure they are inclusive of LGBT+ families and members of staff, asks Gabriella Jozwiak

A charity that provides care and support for children with SEND and their families in Essex is at risk of closure due to withdrawal of local authority funding.

Proprioception – our sense of our body in relation to the world – how it develops and what happens when problems arise. By Anne O’Connor and Dr Kath Dickinson

How research among parents in East London led to a new way of providing SEND services. By Annette Rawstrone

The Gruffalo author Julia Donaldson and Oscar-winning actress Rachel Shenton are using World Book Day to highlight the need to include more disabilities in children’s stories.

By creating an inclusive environment where children with SEND are treated equally with others, the whole setting benefits – but it isn’t always easy. By Gabriella Jozwiak

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