The House of Commons Education Committee has today launched an inquiry into support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The new inquiry is intended to review the success of the SEND reforms, how they have been implemented, and what impact they are having in meeting the challenges faced by children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
The Shine a Light Awards, a national awards scheme that celebrates innovative work and excellent practice in supporting children and young people’s communication development, have grown in popularity since their launch during the National Year of Communication in 2011 (known as the Hello campaign). To date, the awards have celebrated the work of over 140 teams and a wide range of individuals, including young people with severe and complex SLCN.
Autism in women and girls is becoming better understood, but it continues to be under-diagnosed or misdiagnosed. This free online module aims to support diagnosticians to better understand autistic female characteristics; it would also make useful CPD for SENCOs and teachers.
This webinar will consider what Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) is, the range of difficulties which could occur as a result of ABI and some practical guidance for schools in working with children and young people with ABI
To register on this webinar, you will need to be a nasen Gold member.
nasen are proud to announce that they will be hosting a two day training course on Mental Health First Aid (MHFA). This is an internationally recognised qualification. After completing the MHFA training you will be qualified as a Youth Mental Health First Aider and you will receive a manual to keep and refer to whenever you need it. The two day course is £300 per delegate for Silver or Gold members and £350 per delegate for Bronze and non-members. The course will be taught in a lovely setting at the Museum of London in London. If you would like to know more information then you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 01827311500.