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Changes to Teachers' pay look to be coming.

from The Inclusionist

Twitter: @uk_inclusionist

The Inclusion Manager of a very large primary school in South East England comments on the quest to unlock the potential in every child.


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New home

from Sprinkles And Sprogs

Twitter: @alipalipanju

A blog by a recently turned stay-at-home mum who writes about raising her partially deaf son and raising cakes. The former tends to take over...


communicate in print

A quick intro to Solution Focused Brief Therapy

from Communicate in Print

Twitter: @SJankel

A view on current affairs from a speech therapist's perspective.


Nell Newman

A Cruise Holiday. The Good and the Bad.

from Nell Newman

Twitter: @nell

This blogger's a writer who discusses any subject that takes her fancy, a mum, a grandma to one amazing grandchild who has overcome so much, a gardener, a cook, a cautious traveller.


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Achieving Excellence with Dyslexia

from Reading Bridges

Twitter: @readingbridges

Linda blogs about how her child's dyslexia spurred her on to create an online virtual world that makes literacy fun for children.


Me and My Zachary

"Mother, I know it's you....."

from Me And My Zachary....

Twitter: @FionaAnnBennett

This blogger's writing about her two children - her eldest is at boarding school so she's living with her son Zachary and their two ex-racing greyhounds. Read on for more about autism, dogs and being...


new zealand

Enough

from Green Pastures New

This blogger's making sense of a move to New Zealand, with children who have special needs and require a little more support than the norm.


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Road Ahead

from Shades of Violet

A woman shares her days as a mother of six and a carer of two with disabilities.


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Uh Oh

from A Day in The Life of Cordy; a Baby with Seizures

This is a blog about epilepsy, hypermobility, a toddler and her two crazy parents!


A Mother Knows

The finished buttercup cardigan

from A Mother Knows

The experiences of a thirtysomething London journalist on maternity leave, whose son spent his first five months in hospital. Follow this blogger as she writes about motherhood and neonatal healthcar...