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Talking Tutor supports ESL pupils in Birmingham school
Talking Tutor supports ESL pupils in Birmingham school

Manor Park Junior School in Birmingham have adopted a unique piece of software that allows teachers to communicate with their pupils in 25 different languages. Read the full story from the TES here.

ContactPoint switched off
ContactPoint switched off

For all of those waiting for the new database 'ContactPoint' to come on stream, this offers confirmation that the whole scheme has been scrapped. The concept of a central database containing the details of vulnerable young people, assisting...

50% of special needs children are misdiagnosed
50% of special needs children are misdiagnosed

A report from Ofsted claims that half of all special needs children are diagnosed wrongly and require better teaching and pastoral care instead. This article from the Guardian looks at the claims in detail.

British Sign Language Courses
British Sign Language Courses

Longwill School in Northfield is the centre for learning BSL in the city. Contact the school directly if you are interested in learning BSL.

Transactional Analysis
Transactional Analysis

Transactional Analysis is a humanistic psychological framework offering ways of understanding how people grow up.

Although used primarily in the fields of psychotherapy and counselling, it is now being used more and more within educational...

Assistive Technology Package
Assistive Technology Package

A tailored ‘Home Access application form for Special Educational Needs’ is available. The process for applying for a bespoke Assistive Technology package has not changed and mandatory documentation remains the same: Statement...

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