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Which School? for Special Needs 2017/18

Which School? for Special Needs 2017/18

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A guide to independent and non-maintained schools and colleges of further education in Britain for pupils with Sensory, Physical, Learning, Social, Emotional & Behavioural Difficulties, or Dyslexia.

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Now in its 26th edition, this established and well-received guide contains a comprehensive directory, updated annually, of independent and non-maintained schools and colleges in the UK which provide for children and young adults with sensory or physical impairment; learning difficulties; social, emotional and behavioural difficulties; and autistic spectrum disorders.

The guidebook also features articles written by experts examine various aspects of providing education for those with special educational needs. These include:

Special needs schools have an important place in the educational landscape, Adam Boddison, Nasen

We must highlight the value of special schools amid funding challenges, Claire Dorer, NASS

All that glitters is not gold, Douglas Silas 13

Help is out there – you are not alone, Melinda Nettleton, SEN Legal

‘Progression, happiness, achievement’ – Eleanor’s empowering story, The Hesley Group

An unexpected journey from tree to chair, Dr Mandy Nelson, Ruskin Mill Trust

Building independent futures for young people with autism, Sarah Sherwood

Benefits of hydrotherapy for children with complex needs, Nicky Pither, RNIB

Top tips when choosing a school for your dyslexic child, Deborah Jones, Bredon School

Every child is unique – and so is our school, Sam Newton, The Children’s Trust School

Supporting young people with psychotherapy, Todd Hinds, I CAN’s Dawn House School

Does your child feel like a square peg in a round hole at school?, Denise Yates, Potential Plus UK

Introducing CResTeD 37

Why have language skills in the classroom deteriorated?, Catherine Routley

Solving safety and stability issues with special equipment, Alistair Pulling, MERU

More information can be found via www.specialneedsguide.co.uk

 

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Author Jonathan Barnes (editor)
ISBN 9781911382140
No of pages 328
Format Paperback
Publication Date 29 May 2017

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