Nadhim Zahawi encourages SEND specialists across England to work together to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEND
Nadhim Zahawi opened this year's nasen Live event with a powerful speech; he stressed the importance of schools across the country working together to facilitate spreading best practice for people with special educational needs and disabilities.
Nadhim Zahawi hopes that by 2020 the target of 10,000 schools will have joined the Whole School SEND consortium which will help to deliver the latest research and practice for SEND, through regional networks.
Information - 18 Apr 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
The last six months have seen training for SENCOs move away from a centralised model, but how will the quality of the national award be preserved and protected? Michele Moore has the answer
18 Apr 2019 Silver AND Gold Member Only
Two useful resources to help educators understand dyspraxia and what can be done to support children and young people with dyspraxia
Tool, Guidance - 09 Apr 2019 Gold Member Only
Effective examples of pupil pen portraits