The SEND Code of Practice Explained:
Key Guidance on:
The Graduated Approach
Whole School Approach to SEND
The Local Offer
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September 2014 will see the new SEND Code of Practice come into force and nasen will be providing members with the information, training and resources you need to implement the Code.
As a nasen member you will be able to benefit from:
• Bi-monthly updates via your member’s magazine Special
• New resources and guidance linked to the new Code
• Member discounted rates when accessing nasen’s CPD programme
• A reduced rate when purchasing nasen’s Guide to School Inspection
Special educational needs and disability data descriptors
The DfE is seeking views on how to produce consistent SEND data. The consultation ends on the 3rd of September
Nasen responds to the new SEND Code of Practice 0-25
Nasen welcomes the new SEND Code of Practice 0-25
July news update
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