Be quick - nominate for a nasen Award 2017 before 30th June

News - 01 Jun 2017

Do you know someone who deserves recognition for their work in SEND? Then nominate them for a nasen 2017 award before 30th June.

To mark our 25th Birthday in style, we are hosting our very own SEND awards ceremony this autumn.

Here at nasen we are committed to supporting thousands of SEND practitioners, enabling them to meet all pupils’ needs and help them to reach their full potential.

Therefore, we are delighted to have the opportunity to recognise and reward those people whose actions can make a real difference to people’s lives.

Those shortlisted for an award, will be invited to the ceremony which is due to take place on the 19th October at the Museum of London.

Please note that these awards are open to ALL settings, including mainstream, special and alternative provision and self-nominations are invited as well as nominations made on behalf of individuals/organisations.
 

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