Invitation to tender for the video production of condition specific introductory videos for new classroom teachers

News - 13 Nov 2018

Working in partnership with the Whole School SEND Consortium team and 12 condition specific organisations we aim to produce short videos (up to ten minutes in duration) that provide a “starter for 10” introduction for new classroom teachers.

The video will aim to help new teachers gain confidence in supporting children and young people with a range of additional needs in the classroom, and also highlight organisations and other sources of useful information. It is anticipated that each video will share a common format.

The value of this strand of the contract is £24,000 exclusive of VAT.

The closing date for tenders to be received is 3rd December 2018 at 10am. Tenders should be emailed to Charlotte Rains via nasen will acknowledge the receipt of your tender by email. Interviews may take place w/c 10th December 2018. The contract will be awarded w/c 17th December 2018.

Please download the document below for more information and to apply.



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