Supporting neurodiverse students
Our SEND toolkits are written by expert SENCos and consultants for use in the mainstream classroom. They focus on reducing the stigma often attached to specific learning difficulties, embracing neurodiversity and supporting teachers with inclusive strategies and activities. The toolkits include potted information on the latest research, case studies, whole-class approaches, printable worksheets and adaptable templates.
You might also like our EAL toolkit, supporting students with English as an additional language.
The toolkits on this page are intended for use in secondary schools. For primary school SEND support, see Dyslexia toolkit (Primary).
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