SEMH The New Acronym: An Article by Jessica Nash (SSAT)

Huge thanks to Jessica Nash, who has kindly agreed to write this article for Axcis. She is the Head of Special Schools Network and Special Education Needs and Regional Lead – West Midlands. We are pleased to share this piece as part

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EBD to be replaced by SMEH

A broad range of reforms for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) came into effect in September 2014. The reforms are intended to help deliver better outcomes for children and young people and more effective

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