Author Sally Gardner on her own struggle with words and how we treat dyslexia

Author Sally Gardner on her own struggle with words and how we treat dyslexia

Author Sally Gardner has won multiple awards and sold over two million books in 22 languages – she also couldn't read until she was 14. Now she wants to talk about how we treat the one in ten with dyslexia

Going higher at The Moat Sixth Form

Going higher at The Moat Sixth Form

The Head of the new The Moat Sixth Form for young people with SEN discusses successes and challenges overcome in a uniquely testing year for students

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Aatif Hassan: How dyslexic thinking shaped Cavendish Education

How dyslexic thinking shaped Cavendish Education, by Aatif Hassan

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How to find the best school for your SEN child

When you have a child with special educational needs, finding the best school can be a difficult and emotional process. Cavendish Education is a small group of boarding and day schools around the UK with varying…

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How art therapy can help children with SEN

Absolutely Education explores how one art therapist is using virtual reality to help children with Special Educational Needs

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The top SEN schools in the UK

Looking outside the mainstream for your child's education? Here are some of the top SEN schools in the UK to consider

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Special Educational Needs expert Bernadette John on SEN

Bernadette John, a SEN expert talks about what to do if you are concerned that your child has Special Educational Needs.

What’s wrong? Parent Practice expert talks us through a SEN diagnosis

Coming to terms with the fact that your child is wired differently can be hard, says a parenting expert