NEWS & EVENTS

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities within the English primary school system

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities within the English primary school system

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities within the English primary school system: What can disproportionalities by season of birth contribute to understanding processes

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The association between physical activity and mental health in children with special educational needs: A systematic review

The association between physical activity and mental health in children with special educational needs: A systematic review

This systematic review aimed to synthesize the evidence for the association between PA and mental health in children with SEN.

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Brain activity patterns may distinguish girls with autism

Brain activity patterns may distinguish girls with autism

Autistic and non-autistic girls’ brains differ in activity in a way that autistic and non-autistic boys’ brains do not, according to a new study.

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Summer-born children unfairly labelled as having special needs

Summer-born children unfairly labelled as having special needs

Summer-born children are being unfairly labelled by primary schools as having Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND), according to new research from LSE funded by the British Academy

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How to Identify and Treat Antisocial Behavior in Children

How to Identify and Treat Antisocial Behavior in Children

It’s normal for children to exhibit positive and negative social behaviors as they age and develop.

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Four common myths about ADHD — from an expert with lived experience

Four common myths about ADHD — from an expert with lived experience

It's a condition that's under-diagnosed in adults – and is often missed in women in particular.

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How to get motivated when you’re not feeling it

How to get motivated when you’re not feeling it

How often have you started work on a project, only to find your enthusiasm slipping after a couple of weeks? Don’t worry, it happens.

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Integrating

Integrating

PYD can be integrated into any youth development program. First and foremost, all youth-serving organizations should work toward assuring that young people have the chance to engage in positive

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How to reignite students’ interest in learning

How to reignite students’ interest in learning

Some top tips as to how we can reengage these children with their studies, and ensure they rediscover a love for education.

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Now is the Time: A report by the CSJ Disability Commission

Now is the Time: A report by the CSJ Disability Commission

This year (2021) will mark 26 years since the Disability Discrimination Act and 11 years since the Equality Act passed into law.

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New Children’s Commissioner for England shares first message as she begins her term

New Children’s Commissioner for England shares first message as she begins her term

Dame Rachel de Souza begins her tenure as Children’s Commissioner for England, taking over from Anne Longfield who has assumed the role since 2015.

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How can we protect our Young People from gang culture?

How can we protect our Young People from gang culture?

Drugs gangs are exploiting vulnerable people to distribute dangerous drugs across “county lines” and the level of violence has rocketed and it needs to stop.

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