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Lorraine Petersen, SEN Specialist
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Supporting Anxiety and Trauma

Dale Pickles 21st May 2020

In this episode our guest is Lorraine Petersen OBE, who has over 25 years experience as a teacher, and headteacher. She was previously the CEO of the National Association of Special Needs -NASEN. Lorraine received her OBE for her services to education. Lorraine will be talking about supporting Anxiety and […]

Sarah-Jane Critcheley-sensory-podcast
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Autism in Girls

Dale Pickles 7th May 2020

In this week’s podcast Dale Pickles from B Squared is joined by Sarah Jane Critchley to discuss Autism Girls, why so few are identified, the lack of support that is available and why this all needs to change. Autism in girls is a big topic, and Sarah Jane has lots […]

Lorraine Petersen, SEN Specialist
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SEN Support in Mainstream Classrooms

Dale Pickles 30th April 2020

In this week’s podcast Dale Pickles from B Squared is joined by Lorraine Petersen OBE to discuss how SENCOs and class teachers are meeting their legal requirement for pupils on SEN Support. 8 out of 10 pupils with a SEND are sitting in mainstream classrooms requiring SEN Support – that […]

Arran Smith - life with dyslexia podcast
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Supporting Dyslexia in Schools

Dale Pickles 17th April 2020

In this week’s podcast Dale Pickles from B Squared is joined by Arran Smith to discuss how schools can support pupils with dyslexia. Arran classes himself as one of the 4% of the population as a severely dyslexic adult. When Arran was aged 9 he was diagnosed with dyslexia. He […]

Wendy Lee Podcast
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Developmental Language Disorder

Dale Pickles 19th March 2020

This week’s podcast is looking at Developmental Language Disorder or DLD, what it is, why it is so unknown and to raise awareness. DLD is one of the most prevalent childhood conditions, but is still little known and understood, especially in comparison to conditions such as autism, dyslexia, etc. It […]