OHC&AT’s expert practitioners and partners regularly contribute to a range of articles and best practice pieces across specialist and education media. See below for some recent publications.
Andre Bailey Principal of Nightingale Community Academy on why School Food is vital and shouldn’t be a luxury
A Guide to Best Practice in Special Education, Health and Social care by Dr Rona Tutt OBE and Paul Williams
The work done by Bedelsford School, Orchard Hill College and the Trust are recognised in this book in the form of Case Studies and an interview with Julia James.
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SEN magazine The Educational and Therapeutic Impact of a School Farm Andre Bailey, Principal of Nightingale Community Academy
Nasen Connect Magazine Pathological Demand Avoidance: The Link School’s Experience Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link School
TES Pathological demand avoidance: what teachers need to know Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link School
NAHT – Leadership Focus Providing Care in a Crisis John Reilly, Principal of Addington Valley Academy and Joe Shepherd Deputy Principal Addington Valley Academy
SEN Magazine Positive Behaviour Support Jane Johnson, Head of Integrated Services.at Orchard Hill College
SEN Magazine Making Shakespeare Accessible Bedelsford School featured in Francesco Ellis’ article.
NASEN Connect Magazine Satellite model of education – Thinking differently at Dysart School, Leigh Edser, Principal of Dysart School.
SEN Magazine Bringing emotional wellbeing into the classroom, Andre Bailey, Principal of Nightingale Community Academy is quoted in Donna Hill’s article.
Nursing Times We have been supported to move out of our comfort zone and challenge our assumptions, Dysart School and St Philip’s School featured in Theresa Nash-Patel, Hannah Scrivener and Sashane Dean’s article.
Teach Secondary Tackle those anxieties James Akerman, Head of ICT at Arbour Vale School.
Autism Parenting Magazine Supporting parents of children with Autism and Pathological Demand Avoidance, Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link Schools and Judy Turner, PDA and Outreach Teacher at The Link Primary School.
Trust-journal.org.uk Preparing to meet the post-pandemic challenges head-on, John Prior, CEO, OHC&AT.
Teachwire.net Why Mangahigh and other games are great for SEND pupils, James Akerman, Head of ICT at Arbour Vale School.
Autism Parenting Magazine Being extraordinary for the extra ordinary, Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link Schools and Judy Turner, PDA and Outreach Teacher at The Link Primary School.
Autism Parenting Magazine Building emotional health in children with Pathological Demand
Avoidance, Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link Schools and Judy Turner, PDA and Outreach Teacher at The Link Primary School.
NASEN Connect Magazine Championing skills for SEND, Susan Barnes, Head of Apprenticeships, OHC&AT
The Key Wellbeing initiatives: what they look like in practice and how the board is involved, Dr Asha Patel, CEO and clinical psychologist of Innovating Minds (featuring Young People’s Academy)
SEN Magazine Mental Health and wellbeing at our school, Laurie Cornwell, Executive Principal/Deputy CEO, OHC&AT
Autism Parenting Magazine OCD and Autism: unpicking children’s behaviour in a dual diagnosis, Sandy Turner, Executive Principal of The Link Schools and Danielle Donnelly, Primary Class Teacher and Maths Co-ordinator at The Link Primary School
Education Today The cost of caring – supporting the mental health of staff, Dr Asha Patel, CEO and clinical psychologist of Innovating Minds (featuring Young People’s Academy)
InnovatingMindscic.com Youth endowment funding to support children impacted by domestic abuse, OHC&AT