Is it possible to deliver quality SEN care without outside agencies during the pandemic?

Mable supports teachers who work children with SEN

Schools have had to overcome no end of challenges throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. But beyond virus control, perhaps the most pressing ongoing concern is supporting children with special educational needs (SEN) at a time when many children are already experiencing anxiety and disruption. SEN provision can be testing at the best of times, as schools […]

How to build effective school interventions for Gen Z

Teacher with iPad plans school interventions

Delivering school interventions for a generation of tech-savvy pupils calls for a new approach, says Nicola Hankey, teacher and SEND co-ordinator at Ludworth Primary School… The children in today’s classrooms have grown up with technology and can’t imagine life without tablets, apps and emojis. They form part of Generation Z born in the early 2000s […]