Special Needs Jungle has been named in the The Times (yes the UK national newspaper) as one of its "Top 50 Websites To Make You Smarter".
How amazing is that?
Thanks to Justine Roberts, co-founder of MumsNet, who gave SNJ the 'thumbs up' in the 'parents and teachers' section of the Top 50.
It means a lot, especially as I've recently been diagnosed with heart rhythm condition, Inappropriate Sinus Tachycardia, which makes day to day life much more difficult as I try to keep up with all my commitments.
This is partly why I'm so pleased that Debs Aspland has come on board to contribute all her knowledge and experience of SEN and coaching and help me take Special Needs Jungle to a new level.
SNJ is, at the moment, voluntary, although if I carry a post about a commercial product, I do ask for a small donation to my boys' special school.
I'd like to move it to a self-hosted WordPress, but I don't have the time to make sure it's done properly, so any advice from savvy readers would be gratefully received!
So, thanks again to The Times and Justine. You've made my day!
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