Catherine Shooter's son Alexander, 11, has speech, language and communication needs that meant Christmas once meant nothing to him. She writes about how support from I CAN's Meath School has made a heart-warming difference.
RNIB College Loughborough is holding a Family Open Day on Saturday, October 8.
Publisher Ann Scott explains how a series of picture books have gained popularity in SEN classrooms
Karla Hancock, of The Together Trust, describes a new method designed to unlock learning potential.
Fiona Minion and Cynthia Skelcher share the success of their work tackling an unseen problem.
Gemma McCarthy, specialist teacher at The National Autistic Society’s Radlett Lodge School, discusses how autistic children can profoundly benefit from early intervention in school.
Adam Boddison, chief executive of Nasen, writes the foreword to the 2016/17 edition of Which School? for Special Needs.
The 2016/17 edition of Which School? for Special Needs is available now.
Educational psychologist and author Ruth Birnbaum offers practical advice on seeking effective education for children with special educational needs.
Nicola Stephens reports on an exciting development at Kisimul School.
We turn the spotlight on Phil Champion, the Operations Manager (Schools and Colleges) at Hesley Group, who has enjoyed a long career in special education.
Claire Dorer, chief executive of the National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools (NASS), says it will take time for new legislation to bed in