Collaborative Learning for SEN: The Role of the SENCO. SENCOs need to be equipped to offer a range of support and guidance to all staff given their responsibilities in schools and settings and how they relate to ensuring high quality provision for children and young people with SEND.
Mini-guides covering a range of current SEND topics. Designed to provide just enough information to teacher and SENCOs on a range of topics.
Hear nasen’s education associates discuss key SEND topics in our new webcasts; SEND policy, local offer and SEND information report, SEND support and graduated approach, Transfer review, Working with parents and promoting co-production, Joint commissioning.
The 8th Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress, ISEC 2015, is to be held in Lisbon, Portugal, from July 26th – 29th, 2015. Practitioners, researchers, policy makers, and NGOs from more than 30 countries are already registered and 500 papers are approved.
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An independent report concludes many more young people with complex autism can access local college life successfully
The ‘Finished at School’ programme successfully established four college-led hubs, each working in partnership with local secondary schools and other relevant agencies to improve the transition from school to college of over 110 young people with autism, including complex autism
There are currently more than half a million pupils at both key stage 1 and 2 whose ability falls below the standard required to take national curriculum tests. On the 13 July Schools Minister Nick Gibb announced the Executive Headteacher of a leading special needs school will oversee a new review into how to assess accurately pupils with lower attainment.
The Children’s Society launch ‘Seriously Awkward’ campaign highlights the huge challenges that 16 and 17 year olds face