The Landscape of Special Educational Needs is changing rapidly.The new SEND magazine brings a timely focus for teachers and schools on the 21st century profile of special needs in children and young people. Its focus on Mental Health issues, in particular, is very welcome as schools implement this new aspect of the Code of Practice on SEND.Teachers, and students I have worked with have found the magazine fresh and topical to current practice in schools.
It has been so easy working with Nick and the team at SEND. Their technical expertise brings your company's advertisement to life for a very reasonable price.Unlike traditional paper advertising,you can accurately measure your impact through YouTube views and get a much more precise picture of your ROI. SEND Magazine is the future!
Spacekraft have been involved with SEND Magazine since the first issue, both through traditional advertising, but also by acknowledging and celebrating the good work which we see every day in Special Needs teaching throughout UK schools and nurseries. The Special Needs market was calling out for a dedicated and concise magazine full of practical and informative content, which is written by dedicated practitioners on subjects that are both of the moment, to unravel and contextualise policy and reform or to share best practice on those problems and situations that arise term after term. The magazines’ feature writers and contributors are always of the highest quality representing a broad range of specialisms within education and disability care. The interactive feature offers new way of presenting features and interviews. Bringing the magazine to life, showing Special Needs teaching in its true form and turning readers into engaged viewers. It also gives suppliers a dynamic way to demonstrate products which may lack impact on a flat printed page. Spacekraft supply both the education and care market with Special Needs resources, we are proud to be working with SEND Magazine and after 5 issues, we have received positive feedback on both the content they publish and our adverts.
No one has yet fully realized the wealth of sympathy, kindness and generosity hidden in the soul of a child. The effort of every true education should be to unlock that treasure.
In a dark moment I ask, "How can anyone bring a child into this world?" And the answer rings clear, "Because there is no other world, and because the child has no other way into it.
A child is like a butterfly in the wind, some can fly higher than others, but each one flies the best it can. Why compare one against the other? Each one is different. Each one is special. Each one is beautiful.
I continue to believe that if children are given the necessary tools to succeed, they will succeed beyond their wildest dreams!
Safety and security don't just happen, they are the result of collective consensus and public investment. We owe our children, the most vulnerable citizens in our society, a life free of violence and fear.