Schools have a duty under the Equality Act to make reasonable adjustments for students who otherwise are at an unfair disadvantage to their peers due to a disability or mental health condition. It is important to note that students do not need an official diagnosis in order for these to be put in place. A … More Reasonable Adjustments in Schools for Autistic Students and Students with Anxiety
Dear Autistic Students, Going back to school after the holidays can be very overwhelming and daunting, let alone going back to school after the events of this year. So firstly let me tell you that no-one is expecting you to find it easy. I’m going to share some tips and advice, of things which helped … More Back To School Advice for Autistic Students
It’s the evening before I start my first placement of first year. I have been waiting for this for a long time. In fact, this is why you become a student nurse. We’re interested in the theory, and know it’s important, sure. But the practicality and reality of placement is what we’ve been waiting for. So … More Pre-Placement Nerves – am I cut out for this?