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SEN Magazine

SEN Magazine

SEN Magazine provides advertisers with unrivalled access to decision makers, practitioners and consumers in the SEN sector, via its printed magazine, website and a monthly email newsletter.

SEN Magazine is essential reading for school leaders, SENCOs and teaching staff. It is widely read by SEN professionals and those in the health, charity and care sectors, and is popular with families of children and young people with SEN.

With regular articles from SEN experts, alongside contributions from parents, teachers and professionals, SEN Magazine offers an invaluable mix of practical advice, information and thought provoking features.

SEN is not a dry academic journal, but a lively and useful magazine designed to keep busy professionals and parents up to date with the latest thinking, guidance, products and best practice from the world of SEN.

Regular features include: autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, Down syndrome, hearing and visual impairments, PMLD, cerebral palsy, literacy, phonics, numeracy, communication, SEBD, spina bifida and hydrocephalus, complementary therapies, epilepsy, outdoor learning, assistive technology, schools and colleges, school trips, safeguarding, parents’ rights, professional support for teachers, ICT, multi-sensory therapy, music and arts, short breaks, post-16, transition, learning disability, attachment, mental health, fostering, adoption, sport, PSHE, SEN publishing, looked-after children, manual handling, accessible vehicles, mobility and more.

Other sections in the Magazine include: SEN news, SEN law, recruitment, book reviews, and CPD/training and events.

Published every two months, SEN Magazine usually runs to around 100 pages and uses a high-quality, glossy, full colour, perfect bound A4 format.

Contact Denise Williamson. Tel: 01200 409808. Email: denise@senmagazine.co.uk

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SEN Magazine is one of Incensu's valued Publication Partners. Incensu recommends this reputable magazine as an excellent way for education suppliers to advertise their products and services to the education sector through a high quality print publication.