This week we’re looking at how teachers and TAs can support pupils with SEN in art lessons, as well as how art therapy can be used to help individual children with emotional, social and behavioural difficulties

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Continuing our subject-specific guidance, we’re looking this week at how teachers and TAs can support pupils with SEN in geography, history and religious education

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In our second subject-specific issue, we consider some of the issues involved in teaching science to pupils with SEN and how teachers and TAs can support their learning

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In the first of our subject-specific issues, we raise some points for teachers of D&T to bear in mind when planning for pupils with SEN

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An important part of the SENCO role is to support colleagues in developing effective strategies for meeting children’s special needs. This term, we’re providing subject-specific guidance for you to share with class teachers

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This week, we consider those pupils who need extra support with numeracy skills and explore some issues to think about when setting up an intervention programme

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Practical advice on specific and carefully planned interventions for those pupils’ needs that cannot be met in ‘ordinary’ classrooms

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Continuing last week’s inclusion theme, SENCO Week provides a downloadable checklist to help you achieve an inclusive classroom environment

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Inclusion – what does it really mean to special educational needs professionals? SENCO Week throws light on this issue

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SENCO Week explains the pros and cons of using Individual Education Plans (IEPs)

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