A key event of the year for school leaders, teachers, support staff, parents and carers with an interest in SEN. Discover new opportunities and benefit from a wealth of expertise at TES SEN 2015.
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.
What's new at nasen
Ambitious about Autism are delivering one-day training courses to improve transition from school to college for young people with autism. Courses will be delivered across the country until March 2016.
CDC worked with nasen and the SEN Leaders programme to produce a four page briefing on SEN and disability reforms which schools can use to check how they are doing.