Following recent updates to DfE guidance, this blog sheds light on the role and responsibilities of schools to ensure that children with health needs receive the quality education they deserve.
For DLD Awareness Day 2023, we shed light on the condition that affects around two children in every class, and yet is often misunderstood and misinterpreted.
Dyslexia Awareness Week is a chance to raise awareness about dyslexia in education, the workplace, and the wider community. This year’s theme is Uniquely You, bringing everyone together to celebrate the diversity of the dyslexic community.
As passionate advocates for inclusion, we are proud to celebrate Learning Disability Week 2023, shining a light on all the incredible things that people with learning disabilities can achieve.
One Education is proud to support World Autism Acceptance Week 2023, joining schools, charities and other organisations in the mission to raise awareness about autism and promote acceptance through education.
The government recently published its SEND and Alternative Provision Improvement Plan, with a mission to fulfil children’s potential, build parents’ trust, and provide financial sustainability. In this blog, our Head of Inclusion, Helen Marriott, highlights the key points in the document and shares her initial thoughts.
Learning Disability Week 2022: Equality, Equity, Justice, Inclusion and Reality. Find out more about what it takes to give every pupil the chance to succeed.
Transitioning between one setting and another can lead to a range of emotions, from excitement to anxiety. It might be that your child is going to playgroup for the first time, or maybe your child is changing classes or schools. You might be moving house or your child might be changing bedrooms within your home. Transitions are experienced differently by everyone.
Find out how to prepare for a transition, use of visual supports, the TEACCH approach and talking about our feelings as well as some links to useful resources.
The National SENCo Workload Survey was undertaken in October 2018. The same research team have since undertaken a review of the survey (October 2019) to explore what impact the report has had on SENDCos and, as a consequence, outcomes for children with additional needs. The new report is summarised in this blog.
I recently attended the ADHD Conference at the ADHD Foundation. I will share with you my thoughts and reflections on the day. I will also include resources you may find useful if you are an Educational Practioner working with children and young people with ADHD.