News Archive

October 20, 2014

‘Keep calm and don’t panic. If you’re confident that you’re providing good quality provision for all children in your setting, then the new SEN requirements should not be a great challenge for you. Whatever you do, make sure that you use this year as an opportunity to review and reflect on your good, and maybe […]

September 17, 2014

We have put The SEND Practitioner on hold for this month. Why, you may ask? We’re waiting for the dust to settle and looking forward to interviewing a big name in SEND this coming October. We’ll keep you posted!

August 29, 2014

‘Don’t panic! Remember, 1 September is the start of the process. To that end, schools, local authorities and the DfE are all anticipating at least a three-year transition period. It’s an organic process, so we aren’t expected to do everything at once.’ Natalie Packer The sixth issue of The SEND Practitioner published today – on the […]

August 8, 2014

Over the past academic year, we have provided CCET and CPT3A training pathways for around 550 national and international education professionals. Taking one of three unique routes (online, bespoke or intensive), these candidates are currently navigating the programme and will be eligible to join the British Psychological Society’s (BPS’s) Register of Qualifications in Test Use […]

July 31, 2014

‘There was a real need for change. However, some of the processes supporting the trials and development of the legislation could have been more effective. We can’t go back now but, as SENCOs, we can have a real impact on the future through our practice.’ Gareth D Morewood The fifth issue of The SEND Practitioner […]

July 29, 2014

With this in mind, the fifth issue of The SEND Practitioner free-zine will publish 31 July. Gareth D Morewood – practising SENCO and respected author – will give detailed step-by-step guidance and comprehensive answers to 15 key questions that our practising SEND professionals want to know. With only five weeks to go until the new term, […]

June 26, 2014

‘The proof of the pudding will be in the eating. It’s what we do about it – rather than what we say about it – that will be critical.’ Steve Huggett We published the fourth issue of The SEND Practitioner shortly after the SEND Code of Practice was laid before Parliament on 11 June. We […]

June 4, 2014

“Real helped us to bring our learning content to life by developing an innovative e-learning package as part of our product training. They enabled us to create multiple versions of the package for different countries and delegates with varying levels of experience. Real were organised and responsive throughout the project.” Neil Hepworth (principal consultant) We’ve […]

May 30, 2014

We are particularly pleased to announce the employment of three very experienced senior Educational Psychologists (EPs). Sarah Norris, Dr Sue Sheppard and Dr Jennifer Wills will be joining us during the summer – as Real Psychology goes from strength to strength. This means that we will have a core team of six EPs, in addition […]

May 27, 2014

“We were delighted to have worked with IARS on such a significant project. Being able to successfully design digital participation tools that connect with and are accessible to young people was a fantastic experience. It was great to be involved.” David Hutter, lead developer We worked with the influential Independent Academic Research Studies (IARS) think […]

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