Tag Archives: #theelephantsintheclassroom

How a child simply improved literacy

This is just part of the advocacy report for a child recently, in just one coaching session. XXX is an exceptional visualiser with a very creative brain. It is always a special day when I have the privilege to work … Continue reading

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ADHD Awareness: Where can I start?

Here are some skills for teachers and parents of ADHD students. Let us help you to help them. October is ADHD Awareness month; we are running 3 FREE webinars to help parents, teachers, doctors and educational professionals: ADHD Awareness, where … Continue reading

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First Free 100 books supplied to Primary Schools

I have made 3 mini videos to introduce my latest book, “The Elephants in the Classroom.” This opens a completely new approach to teaching neurodivergent students. If you click on this page you can see the videos, a brief description … Continue reading

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Is SEND at breaking point?

Yesterday’s article in the Observer, talks of a 26% increase in the number of court appeals, a total of 6374 appeals lodged in 2018-19. Full text below. So we have a “perfect storm” for special educational needs;  parents are desperately … Continue reading

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Labour’s proposed National Education Service

Today I was listening to and encouraged by a live stream from a labour party conference on education.  The mission set out by Angela Rayner and Jeremy Corben sounded great in many aspects, but of course, labour is not in … Continue reading

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