SEND Round-up: Undiagnosed & fitting in

Hello from me and the SEND Blogger Community! It’s time for May’s SEND Round-up and this month’s starts with a farewell. Steph Curtis, an amazing woman and awesome blogger at Stephs Two Girls, has decided it is time to pass on the Britmums SEND Round-up editor baton. Steph has been writing this round-up for several…

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SEND Round-up: Down Syndrome, autism, access & more

Welcome to April’s SEND round-up – and at the risk of sounding like a weather girl, isn’t it glorious out there?! The weather has been kind to us so far this Spring; let’s keep our fingers crossed for a long warm summer ahead. Most situations seem better with a bit of sun involved, don’t you…

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SEND Round-up: World Rare Disease Day & pushy parents

There’s been a lot going on generally over the past couple of months, including a fair amount of sickness in our household unfortunately. So I am delighted to be able to introduce you to a guest host for the round-up this month: lovely Ann from Rainbows are too beautiful. Please do pop over and visit her blog…

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SEND Round-up: Reviewing & looking forward

I’m obviously not the first to wish you all a Happy New Year, but that doesn’t mean I wish it any less for you! 2017 could be a cracker – certainly in terms of blogging from the SEND community and getting our messages out there. Good luck to everyone for the year ahead. In terms…

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SEND Round-up: Christmas shows, gift lists & reflections

By the time you’re reading this, SEND families will have just about made it through what can be a challenging period for many of us. Christmas shows usually come before the big day itself, but for some, these school plays are not possible – Hunters Life wrote about how the Nativity went for their child. I…

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