Excellent SEN Blogs to follow: Part 1.

These SEN blogs are those that I have visited often and found great ideas, positivity or inspiration for my own writing from. Due to the nature of the blogosphere there are likely to be many great SEN blogs I have missed, some great bloggers are reticent to promote their writing. If you know of a great special education focussed blog please add it to the comments.

Cheryl Drabble.

 Cheryl Drabble – Cheryl is a Special Educational Needs teacher at an outstanding special school in Blackpool. she also co-hosts the #SENexchange weekly Twitter chat with Mary Isherwood Headteacher of Camberwell Park Special School. She has written a number of books including this excellent one on her therapy Dog Doodles the Schnoodle

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Lenabellina – Lena blogs on a variety of wellbeing and educational topics. Recently described as “The best new SEND blogger”

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Which brings us to Barney Angliss himself: @Aspiedelazouch is an SEN Co-ordinator in a mainstream secondary school and has previously been the Deputy Head of a Pupil Referral Unit and an SEN Manager for a Local Authority.

His site is HERE

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Jarlath O’Brien

Jarlath O’Brien is a regular contributor to the TES and Author of three excellent books you can buy here. One of my favorite SEN blog posts is here. His blog features comprehensive posts about all sorts of education issues especially inclusion and supporting children with challenging behaviour.

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Reachout ASC – Lynn McCann

Lynn McCann was one of my first twitter connections. Lynn runs Reachout ASC consultancy for supporting students diagnosed with ASC with strategies that are practical and adaptable. She makes and shares many  resources for free on her site.  She has Authored a number of books.

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I know I have missed a lot – Nominate your favourite blogs in the comments.

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