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Nurturing a wide range of skills, knowledge and experience, our team of specialist teachers work creatively and flexibly. Passionate about putting children and young people first, the One Editorial SEND Support blog brings you current guidance and news from our education professionals.

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SEN Research Report July 2017

By Helen Marriott on

Between January and March this year the DfE sent an online survey to schools and colleges throughout England, to look at how they were identifying and supporting pupils with SEN...

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New Early Years Research

By Helen Marriott on

There is an exciting opportunity to be involved in a funded research programme to develop language skills in the early years - the Nuffield Early Language Intervention. 

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Girls with Autism

By Helen Marriott on

Last week I had the fortune of hearing Professor Barry Carpenter talk at One Education’s 17th SEND Conference, where he led a workshop entitled ‘Girls and Autism: Flying under the radar’.

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P Scale Assessments

By Guest Writer on

At present, schools continue to grapple with the most effective way to assess and demonstrate the progress of pupils with Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND), whether they are working below, or well below the standard of the National Curriculum tests.

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Why do boys fall behind in EYFS?

By Helen Marriott on

I often hear the statements ‘he is an August born boy,’ or ‘they are typical boys’ being used to explain the lower attainment of boys at the end of EYFS, especially in terms of Literacy (writing and reading) and to a lesser extent Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED).

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Cash Shortage for SEND Support

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An article published on 2 June 2016 by the BBC states that England’s mainstream schools are struggling to support the 1.1 million pupils with SEND, with primary schools taking the most strain.

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