Nasen is pleased to announce that it is to receive additional funding from the Department for Education (DfE) to provide further support for the education sector in meeting the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
The place to be for all SEND professionals! With double the number of seminars, delivered by a range SEND professionals and an exciting exhibition packed with innovative and practical resources.
Nasen is pleased to announce that it is to receive additional funding from the DfE to provide further support for the education sector in meeting the needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
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
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.
Over the past six years, attendees have come to expect an assembly of the very best exhibitors and trusted experts at nasen Live.
nasen Live 2015 will not only bring together high quality exhibitors and dedicated professionals who all have a passion and commitment to supporting our most vulnerable young people, but it will also feature high profile speakers.
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