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Special educational needs charity nasen has launched its first early years training webcasts.

British Sign Language (BSL) is to be included as an alternative to GCSE English in early years apprenticeships from 24 April, after years of lobbying from equalities campaigners.

Special educational needs charity nasen has secured £315,000 of DfE funding for an SEND training and resources project, with Nursery World as one of the partners.

Ten years on from a landmark report into children’s speech, language and communication, a follow-up review is to be published.

Organisations and activists from the transgender community have voiced concerns about a BBC2 documentary on how to approach children with gender dysphoria, which was broadcast last night (12 January).

Local government cuts have stranded children with learning disabilities without effective access to services during the school holidays, according to a survey by charity Mencap.

Identifying young children with special educational needs and disabilities has changed, but challenges remain. Charlotte Goddard reports

National sight loss and disability charity SeeAbility is calling for a national sight test programme for disabled children.

Ten years on from newborn screening, new research shows that deaf babies and toddlers still struggle to get the right help in their pre-school years.

Parents of SEN children are still struggling after recent reforms, reports Charlotte Goddard