Girls and Autism: Flying Under the Radar (nasen 2016)

Girls and Autism: Flying Under the Radar (nasen 2016)

If you were asked to describe a typical student with autism, what would you say?

It is becoming more and more widely understood that there may well be as many girls and women with autism as there are boys and men, but their needs are not always being identified.

04 October 2016/Number of views (3763)/Comments (0)/
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Ambitious about Autism campaign

Ambitious about Autism campaign

Supporting the needs of children with autism

NAHT edge are supporting the charity with their campaign to ensure that every child with autism has a great experience at school

27 September 2016/Number of views (3358)/Comments (0)/
Categories: News Classroom
Improving outcomes in early years

Improving outcomes in early years

Children with special educational needs

The early years foundation stage (EYFS) is the statutory framework for children from zero to five years of age, and all providers should have regard to the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Code of Practice 2014

25 September 2014/Number of views (8162)/Comments (0)/
Changes to the special educational needs framework

Changes to the special educational needs framework

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice 2014

What the changes mean for schools in relation to the Children and Families Act 2014 and the SEND Code of Practice 2014

25 September 2014/Number of views (12078)/Comments (0)/
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