Apart from my books – which are listed separately – here are some of my other writings over the last 30 years and the journals or magazines they were written for.
1986 Categorisation; the development of psycholinguistic materials to assist the young pupil’s understanding of sense relations, (unpublished thesis)
1989 Flooding into Mainstream. Special Children.
1993 Poles Apart. Times Educational Supplement
1997 Debatable Debates. Literacy for all - Questions Publishing
1998 Left Behind? Out of the Bag - Questions Publishing.
2000 Welcome to my world. Special Children.
The Big Debate. Times Educational Supplement.
2001 Autism in the context of pupils at a school for moderate learning difficulties,
People first. Believe in me, Questions Publishing.
2002 Better to have tried and failed? Special Children.
A degree of dedication. Leadership Focus.
A Vital Resource for the Visually Impaired. Special Children.
Vision and provision for pupils with ASD. Special Children.
When inclusion becomes exclusion. (S. Powell & R. Tutt). Education 3-13
2004 What a pity it is that ‘league tables’ are still with us. Parliamentary Brief.
2005 Able to be special. Parliamentary Brief.
SEN support in school. Primary Leadership Today.
2006 Educational Approaches in Autism: What we know about what we do.
(R.Tutt, S. Powell & M. Thornton). Educational Psychology in Practice.
Reconciling the irreconcilable: coping with contradictory agendas. FORUM
Learning to behave: reaching the hard to tech and teaching the hard to reach.. Primary Leadership Today.
2007 Prescription or Personalisation? Primary First
Beyond the ‘inclusion debate’. Special Children.
Every Child Tested. Primary Leadership Today.
2008 Include every child. Teach Primary
Every SENCO needs to know….Special
2009 Fit for purpose? Special Children.
Changes, Challenges and Choice. Primary First.
2011 Reading by six; how the best schools do it., (J. Coe & R. Tutt). Special Children.
2012 Leading on Learning. 21st Birthday Edition of Nasen’s ‘Special’ magazine.
The Draft SEN Legislation. Primary Headship.
A Degree of Dedication. Leadership Focus.
2015 Embedding the SEND Reforms. Axcis.
2016 The SEND Reforms – where are we now? School Leadership Today.
SENCOs in mainstream schools: making the role more manageable. ***
Meeting the needs of a changing population. Teachwire.
Where are the Teenage Girls with Autism? Attendance Matters
SENCOs in Mainstream Schools: Making the role more manageable. School Leadership Today
2012-Feb 2016 Regular columnist in NAHT’s Leadership Focus magazine.
2012- present Monthly SEND blog for NAHT
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