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    Become a nasen member today!

    Sign up for a nasen membership and provide all your teachers with access to useful practical SEND resources CPD and information at the click of a button.

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    Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) training

    A two day training course for anyone working with, or caring for, children and young people - limited places available!

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    SEND Casework Award - book your place!

    This award provides training and accreditation for staff working on the frontline of SEND. Come and attend our training sessions in either Manchester,Nottingham or London.

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    NPQSL - SEND Leadership Programme

    nasen’s SEND Leadership Programme – gain a National Professional Qualification for Senior Leadership (NPQSL)

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    Join nasen at the Tes SEN Show

    nasen will be exhibiting at the Tes SEN Show on 4-5 October 2019. Register FREE now to make the most of insightful sessions, innovative exhibitors and unmissable networking opportunities.

What's new at nasen


Programme Assistant – Whole School SEND vacancy

NEWS - 13 Sep 2019

An exciting new programme assistant vacancy is now available, to join the Whole School SEND team working on the Education Endowment Fund (EEF) review.

UNESCO IITE partner with Nisai Group in a quest to impact sustainability through ICT within schools

NEWS - 12 Sep 2019

On 27th August, Nisai signed a project agreement with the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (UNESCO IITE) with the aim of investigating the potential of ICT for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) within schools. The joint activities undertaken by Nisai and UNESCO IITE will be aimed at the social and educational inclusion of students, by promoting the access to information and educational materials by all means of ICT.

National Audit Office report 'Support for pupils with SEND in England'

NEWS - 11 Sep 2019

This comprehensive report makes sobering reading - everyone interested in SEND should read the summary, if not the whole report. You will not be surprised at many of its findings; it lays out starkly the current situation with regard to funding, the SEND system, and the quality of support for pupils with SEND, and makes several recommendations to the Department for Education about what should happen to improve the situation.

'Special or Unique Young People's Attitudes to Disability' report

NEWS - 11 Sep 2019

Disability Rights UK have published this report, with the support of LKMCo, as part of the DRILL (Disability Research on Independent Living and Learning) programme, funded through the National Lottery Community Fund.