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A brilliant resource for SEN practitioners.


This week on the #SWDBlog (don't forget the hashtag!) we have seen an inspirational story, an article about working memory from the lovely, Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway and so I was at a loss as to what to put out next until I shared a phone call with a chap called Colin Redman.
SEN, ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Dyslexia
Colin and Rachel Redman - SEN Books
I spoke to Colin because I visited a website for his bookshop called SEN Books.  Colin and his wife, Rachel have run this bookshop for 15 years.


I love being able to share resources and whilst SEN Books is not a charity, I was really taken by the breadth of topics covered within the field of Special Educational Needs.

My impression was that if you are a specialist teacher or SENCO, this bookshop would be such a useful resource for you.

The topics covered by this shop can be seen to the right of this blog post.
You can see that the coverage of topics is extremely wide and totally useful for SEN practitioners.

SEN Books can be found at www.senbooks.co.uk .

So what resources like these are you aware of?  Please let me know and from time to time I will circulate them to our readership.  Please either make a comment below of simply send out a Tweet using the hashtag #SWDBlog.

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