Special Education

Prime minister Boris Johnson rang the England footballer to tell him of the £170 million winter grant investment.
No.10: "It’s not for schools to regularly provide food during school holidays.”
By age two, we could not leave him alone for even a second for fear he would hurt himself, his sister or our pets. Then we discovered sensory processing disorder.
From difficulties getting extensions for work to issues with screen exposure, students with disabilities have spoken of their challenges during lockdown.
For all the difficulties staff in mainstream education will face, there are a hundred more for those in special education, writes Katherine Denkinson.
"I feel like I don’t trust my own judgement because you have so many people with letters behind their name telling you that what you’re doing is making a fuss."
Despite being identified as ‘gifted and talented’, my son's only notable progression through primary school was his crippling anxiety – our education system just isn't designed for minds like his and mine.
Pupils are reportedly coming home in tears thanks to 'consequence booths'.
I'm sorry I couldn't be of any help today at the school when you needed the parents to pitch in to help clean up the gardens. I'm sorry I never baked those cakes I promised the kids and myself that I'd make for the cake sale.