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“Supporting pupils with Social, Emotional, and Mental Health (SEMH) needs is an integral part of fostering a nurturing and inclusive educational environment. The ‘SEMH Resource’ section is meticulously curated to offer Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) and educators a wealth of resources, strategies, and insights dedicated to addressing the SEMH challenges faced by children and young people. These resources aim to equip school staff with the knowledge and tools needed to support SEMH pupils effectively, whether through intervention programs, classroom strategies, or school-wide policies that promote mental well-being. From addressing challenging behaviors to enhancing emotional literacy and resilience, our collection provides comprehensive guidance to ensure that every student can experience a positive and supportive learning journey, paving the way for their social, emotional, and academic success.

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SENsible Magazine Dec 23 – Final Choice Time!

SENsible Magazine Dec 23 – Final Choice Time!

Welcome back, dear readers!   We're thrilled to have you with us once again as we wrap up the year with a thrilling announcement. Remember last month when we introduced you to two different versions of SENsible Magazine? Well, the moment of truth has arrived!...

SENCO Resilience: Balancing Responsibilities and Self-Care

SENCO Resilience: Balancing Responsibilities and Self-Care

In the world of education, there are few roles as demanding and rewarding as that of a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO). This role requires an individual to be a master juggler, balancing the needs of students with special educational requirements...

Fostering Student Resilience: Strategies for Success in the Classroom

Fostering Student Resilience: Strategies for Success in the Classroom

In a world where change is as constant as my love for tea, resilience has become an essential life skill. It's particularly crucial for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), who often face unique challenges that can test their mettle to its core. This article...

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Podcasts

The SENDCast
- Dale Pickles
Arousal and Self-Regulation with Kim Griffin

A discussion about arousal and self regulation with occupational therapist Kim Griffin The post Arousal and Self-Regulation with Kim Griffin appeared first on SENDcast. [...]

- Dale Pickles
Long Term Effects of Lockdown on Neurodivergent Students with Miriam Saffer

A discussion about the long term effects of lockdown on neurodivergent students with inclusion and SEND consultant Miriam Saffer The post Long Term Effects of Lockdown on Neurodivergent Students with [...]

- Dale Pickles
Engaging Pupils with SEMH and Other Behaviour Needs with Adele Bates

Adele Bates discussed engaging children with SEHM and other behaviour needs. The post Engaging Pupils with SEMH and Other Behaviour Needs with Adele Bates appeared first on SENDcast. [...]

- Dale Pickles
Lessons from Lockdown with Wendy Lee

The lockdowns imposed during the pandemic have presented immense challenges for all, especially teachers. The post Lessons from Lockdown with Wendy Lee appeared first on SENDcast. [...]

- Dale Pickles
Story Metaphor and Its Use in Supporting Emotional Literacy with Dr Trisha Waters

We enjoy listening to and telling stories, they often reflect our own experiences or emotions and we use metaphors to express ourselves. The post Story Metaphor and Its Use in Supporting Emotional [...]