Essential reading: a study into SEN in secondary schools is published
The Special Educational Needs in Secondary Education (SENSE) study has been published by the Institute of Education at UCL and the Nuffield Foundation. This is essential reading for all secondary SENCOs, and everyone else committed to inclusive teaching for young people with SEND.
Other - 11 Jul 2017 Paid Member Only
Schools have an important role to play in promoting social and emotional wellbeing and in responding to mental health difficulties in their pupils. Here are links to several tools which schools could use to support them in this work.
Guidance - 23 May 2017 Paid Member Only
This resource has questions for school governors or trustees to ask their SENCO and other senior executive leaders about SEND.
20 Apr 2017 Paid Member Only
The language that adults use is very important, particularly when supporting children and young people with SEND. nasen's tips will help you to know how to adapt your language in order to support these pupils more effectively.