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Learning to read different behaviours can help us better support children, says Kay Mathieson.

In the second of her series on child behaviour and its links to the new SEND code of practice, Kay Mathieson looks at working with parents.

One school and children's centre has won an award for its work on Traveller culture and heritage. Gabriella Jozwiak finds out how the project has increased engagement among the local community.

An equal opportunities policy is no longer a statutory obligation, but ensuring that everyone gets a fair chance is central to good practice. Babette Brown and Vicky Hutchin explain how.

Behaviour is not an 'area of need', rather an indicator of other areas of need, says Kay Mathieson in the first of a three-part series on child behaviour in light of the 2014 SEND Code of Practice.

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.

The introduction of multi-agency safeguarding hubs staffed by a pool of professionals is creating a joined-up, more responsive approach to child protection, as Gabriella Jozwiak reports.

Children with and without disabilities are learning how to socialise together in a SEND centre welcoming all of them.

Attending to health is but one small part of supporting a child with complex medical needs in nursery. Ruth Thomson explains.