Special Educational Needs and Disabilities: Special Report

Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Recent years have seen a significant rise in the proportion of pupils identified with special educational needs and disabilities, but during the pandemic many have faced long waits to access specialist support.

Better awareness among education professionals has helped improve identification of children whose learning needs would have previously gone unnoticed. Picture: Bramfield House School
Better awareness among education professionals has helped improve identification of children whose learning needs would have previously gone unnoticed. Picture: Bramfield House School

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