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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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    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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    The SEND reforms: Who should do what?

    Buy our guide 'The SEND reforms: Who should do what?' at a reduced price of £5. Order yours now while stocks last!

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    TES Show 2018

    Register Now! nasen are official partners of the TES Show, which provides SEN professionals with direct access to expert speakers, unrivalled CPD opportunities and the latest resources available to the sector.

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    School and Academies Show 2018

    nasen are official partners of the Schools & Academies Show, which brings together thousands of school leaders for direct access to Government and association leaders

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    nasen Awards 2018

    The shortlisted entries for the nasen Awards have now been revealed!

What's new at nasen

News

The National SENCO Workload Survey

NEWS - 17 Sep 2018

The 2018 National SENCO workload survey is a joint research project between the NEU, nasen and Bath Spa University.

Inclusive Alliance SEND CONFERENCE Friday 19th October 2018

NEWS - 11 Sep 2018

Inclusive Alliance Teaching School are passionate about working with all settings to ensure the best outcomes for pupils through their collaborations.

Hereward College is recruiting to its governing board

NEWS - 06 Sep 2018

Hereward College is a Further Education College with a specialist remit, aiming to provide education, training and employability for learners across a wide spectrum of disability and additional needs, with learners ranging in age from 16 - 25 years old.

nasen response to NAHT 'Empty Promises Report'

NEWS - 05 Sep 2018

The Empty Promises report published today by the NAHT (National Association of Headteachers) is a timely report that highlights a range of important issues. nasen (National Association for Special Educational Needs), welcomes the report and the opportunity to discuss how we can realise the vision of the SEND (Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities) Code of Practice 2015. There are three areas of the report that I would like to comment on further: