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    Free SENCO training for members.

    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.

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    Mini Guides

    Mini-guides covering a range of current SEND topics. Designed to provide just enough information to teacher and SENCOs on a range of topics.

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    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.

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    ISEC2015 Lisbon welcomes you!

    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.

What's new at nasen


Have your say on developing free online Training Materials for the UK and Europe

News - 16 Jun 2015

Complete a survey to help shape the free online Training Materials for the UK and Europe being created as part of the ITIDE project.

AET seeking to strengthen their Programme Board by adding two new positions

News - 11 Jun 2015

The AET is governed by a Programme Board that meets 6 times a year. They are seeking to strengthen it by adding a representative who is a head teacher or SENCO and adding a second Local Authority representative. These additions reflect the increasing activity of the AET with schools and LAs in recent years.

Jane Friswell to step down as chief executive in October 2015

News - 06 Jun 2015

Nasen today announces that Jane Friswell is to step down as chief executive in October 2015 following a successful two-year tenure.

The new Government’s education agenda

News - 13 May 2015

With the dust settling on the general election we look at the DfE ministerial team, their responsibilities and some of the Conservative Party’s key manifesto commitments relevant to the education of children and young people with SEND.