Previous issues

Issue 13Oct/Nov 2015
Ian Whittaker

Channel 4’s Educating Cardiff through the eyes of a teacher

A look at Channel 4’s Educating Cardiff with Willows High School’s assistant head and SEN line manager. Ian Whittaker sheds light on examination concessions; the school’s state of readiness for the Welsh reforms; and the pressure that the future funding squeeze will have on the school’s staffing levels and pastoral care. He illuminates the school’s truly person-centred approach through conversations about four pupils who make huge strides in the show.

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Issue 12July/Aug 2015

The hearing impairment landscape in a time of seismic change

Looking at the hearing impairment landscape with Susan Daniels OBE.

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Issue 11May/June 2015

The SEN reforms

An SEN-reform health-check with Brian Lamb OBE.

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Issue 10Mar/Apr 2015

Person-centred planning

A Q&A with inclusion expert Colin Newton.

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Issue 9Jan/Feb 2015

The SEN legal landscape

A Q&A with leading education lawyer Mark Blois.

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Issue 8Nov 2014

Channel Four’s Educating the East End and the SEN landscape

A Q&A with Frederick Bremer’s deputy head and SENCO.

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Issue 7Oct 2014

In the wake of September – the post-SEN reform landscape

A Q&A with nasen’s Jane Friswell.

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Issue 6Aug 2014

When September comes – a few final words on preparing for SEN reform

A Q&A with Natalie Packer – with key quotes from previous contributors.

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Issue 5July 2014

Adapting and preparing for SEN reform

A Q&A with SENCO and author Gareth D Morewood.

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