Special Needs Information Press (SNIP) is a twelve page monthly newsletter produced by two SEN teachers. It aims to support staff in schools to identify and address the diverse needs of pupils, in order to promote their learning and school success.

SNIP has been published since 1991 and is photocopiable to enable the sharing of information throughout subscribing settings. It aims to provide up-to-date information on strategies, processes, resources, research, legislation and guidelines, to support staff to become confident and effective teachers of children with additional needs.

If you need information on a particular topic try searching the backnumbers section. All SNIP issues from the last 5 years are available to buy, or you could take out a subscription.

SNIP is also committed to providing free SEN resources for anyone to download and use in the teaching of students with special needs. You can find the full list on the downloads page.

Download Sample You can download the November 2015 issue of SNIP as a free sample. Topics covered include oral language interventions, epilepsy and learning, school website publishing duty, assessment without levels and more.. Download now (1.2MB)