The SEN Assessment Toolkit has won the prestigious Special Educational Resource or Equipment (non-ICT) award
After the Government's decision to remove levels, Lorraine Petersen looks at what we should be doing now to ensure our assessment processes are inclusive and supportive.
Our guest editor Tom Guy on why decisions need to be informed by reliable, objective evidence
Well over half of teachers think parental pressure is leading to children without special educational needs being misdiagnosed while those with genuine problems miss out
High-quality teaching, differentiated for individual pupils, is the first step in responding to pupils who have or who may have SEN
Lorraine Petersen discusses the Statistical First Release information on SEN in England produced by the Department for Education.