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Forthcoming Written by Ginny Bootman, Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO is an informative guide that identifies simple, tried and tested ways to build and cement strong relationships between all those who work with children with additional needs, be these teachers, parents, carers or outside agencies. Relationships are pivotal when working with children with special educational needs (SEN). Trust, honesty and empathy play a vital role in these relationships and is key to these individuals thriving in school and at home. Ginny Bootman, a former headteacher with years of classroom experience, is now a passionate SENCO at two primary schools – and in this book she imparts her wisdom on how SENCOs can build strong and lasting relationships between those who work with children with additional needs. Ginny details why these relationships are so important in helping individual children achieve the best they can, with practical strategies backed up by real life examples.

Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO

113 tips for building relationships, saving time and changing lives

Troubled Hearts, Troubled Minds

Making sense of the emotional dimension of learning

On the Fringes

Preventing exclusion in schools through inclusive, child-centred, needs-based practice

My Child’s Different

How positive parenting can unlock potential in children with ADHD and dyslexia

Don't Send Him in Tomorrow

Shining a light on the marginalised, disenfranchised and forgotten children of today’s schools

The Little Book of Dyslexia

Both sides of the classroom