This resource draws together the key findings from a large-scale investigation to find out ‘what works’ in SEN support. It accompanies the ‘SEN support: research evidence on effective approaches and examples of current practice in good and outstanding schools and colleges’ resource and is designed to inform the decisions leaders make about supporting learners with SEN in their settings.
This report is from a research project, funded by the Nuffield Foundation, on the educational life stories of 15 and 16 year old adolescents excluded from mainstream school and their re-engagement in education. The report summarises findings from interviews with adolescents at a Pupil Referral Unit/Alternative Provision (PRU/AP) and a small scale pilot of a narrative and solution based intervention which aimed to improve student engagement with education.
Are the needs of teenagers with Dyspraxia being overlooked by the drive for early investigation. Sally payne (paediatric OT and DF Trustee) investigates...
This article is published in the recent SEN magazine and they have kindly given me permission to share it via their link.
This report was produced as part of SQW’s evaluation of the SEN and Disability Pathfinder Programme for the Department for Education. It focuses on the engagement of post-16 providers in the Special Educational Needs(SEN) and disabilities reforms, based on evidence gathered from four path finder areas.
This report was produced as part of SQW’s evaluation of the Special Educational Needs(SEN) and Disability Pathfinder Programme for the Department for Education. It focuses on collaborative working with social care, providing insights from five pathfinder areas.
This report was produced as part of SQW’s evaluation of the Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disability Pathfinder Programme for the Department for Education. It focuses on the engagement of schools in the SEN and disability reforms, based on evidence gathered from five pathfinder areas.
KIDS National Development Department was commissioned by the British Council, working on the West Bank of the Palestinian Territories, to investigate how An-Najah National University in Nablus, could develop their provision for disabled students.
KIDS worked closely with the British Council, the University’s People with Disability Care Office (OCFD) and Office for International Development and External Affairs (IDEA) throughout the project.
Colour has been found to be hugely beneficial in alleviating the symptoms caused by Visual Stress for many years. This has been confirmed by the evidence based research carried out by Clinical Psychologist Professor Arnold Wilkins and the Medical Research Council (MRC)
In order to carry out this research Prof. Wilkins developed the Intuitive Colorimeter to prescribe Precision Tinted Lenses. Cerium Visual Technologies were granted the license from the MRC to distribute the Intuitive Colorimeter.