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The pandemic has opened our eyes to SEND possibilities

‘Working collaboratively with families has always been crucial and the pandemic has highlighted just how important schoolhome collaboration is’

he pandemic has been hard for everyone but, for many pupils with special educational needs and disability (SEND), and their families, the past year has been particularly challenging. Many of these families already felt marginalised and

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