In this issue we consider how SENCOs can establish effective support for pupils with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD)

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A small number of children with ‘glue ear’ go on to experience longer term hearing difficulties, an important issue for SENCOs to convey to class teachers

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Ideas for making a new start and injecting some fresh enthusiasm into your work and that of your colleagues

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Making the assumption that academic, everyday and special occasion behaviours were all taught by your pupils’ previous teacher, will leave you feeling frustrated and annoyed

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Lunchtime should be an enjoyable social occasion – a time when all those skills learnt in the classroom can be put to practical use and extend the learning environment into the playground

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Some of the new titles for support staff have increased or caused confusion and mystery for teachers, parents and pupils

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From a very early age, children begin to learn and understand the complicated signs and signals of non-verbal communication

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Clear, taught strategies for attracting and holding attention can help to create a calm and ordered learning environment

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