Slindon College celebrates with annual promenade play

Slindon College celebrates with annual promenade play

Slindon College pupils celebrated a decade of Drama at the school by performing the annual promenade play in the school grounds to a rapturous audience

Lego Brick Club – a game changer for neurodiverse children

Lego Brick Club – a game changer for neurodiverse children

Lego brick building clubs can be a game changer for neurodiverse children – helping them develop social skills, make friends and have a whole lot of fun

Abingdon House School on a maths positive approach to dyscalculia

Abingdon House School on a maths positive approach to dyscalculia

Rory Vokes-Dudgeon, Headteacher at Abingdon House School, on the specific learning difficulty dyscalculia and how best to support students' maths learning

Abingdon House School on the importance of the arts

Abingdon House School on the importance of the arts

The Deputy Head of Abingdon House, a specialist school in London for children aged 5-19, on the ways Arts support learning and growth

The Moat School renamed Burlington House – also opening new prep

The Moat School renamed Burlington House – also opening new prep

Burlington House will be the new hame for The Moat School, and it is also expanding to include a prep for pupils aged 9+

Understanding hypermobility

Understanding hypermobility

Hypermobility can have a profound impact on children, but a new School Toolkit aims to raise awareness among educators so they can deliver the right support

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Aatif Hassan: How dyslexic thinking shaped Cavendish Education

How dyslexic thinking shaped Cavendish Education, by Aatif Hassan

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