Dr Adam Boddison takes over as Chair of Whole School SEND

News - 08 Jan 2018

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We are delighted to confirm that nasen CEO Dr Adam Boddison has been appointed Chair of Whole School SEND.

nasen is a key strategic partner within Whole School SEND and Adam has been part of the Whole School SEND steering group since its foundation. 

Adam is also a Fellow of the RSA and he continues to support schools and MATs directly through his work as a Trustee and as a National Leader of Governance for the National College of Teaching and Leadership. In addition to teaching at both primary and secondary schools, Adam’s previous roles include Director of the Centre for Professional Education (CPE) at the University of Warwick and Academic Principal for the global educational social network: IGGY.

If you would like to find out more and read the full interview with Dr Adam Boddison please visit the Whole School SEND website.


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