At nasen House today, coffee-time conversation turned to the consultation into Education Health and Care Plan (EHC plan) proposed timescales, which is inviting responses until next Friday (12 August).
You are probably aware of the work that Whole School SEND (WSS) has been delivering through funding from the DfE over the last few years – you might have attended a webinar, used one of our resources or linked up with your regional team.
Claire Cookson - CEO, DFN Foundation
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For Neurodiversity Week, Dr James Galpin, Education Officer at nasen, reflects on the importance of celebrating diversity in SEND.
Liz Maudslay from the Association of Colleges provides insight into some of the important differences between school and college provision for students with SEND.
On International Women’s Day, Kamal Bodhanker, Head of International Development at nasen, reflects on how COVID-19 is threatening girls’ education globally.
Roger Firman and Susan Day of UKAAF give some insight into accessibility for school-professionals regarding blind and partially sighted students in education.
Written by Julie Revels, an associate and trainer for nasen.
Written by Fran Morgan from Square Peg.
As nasen launches its free membership, Amrit Singh, Finance and Commercial Director, reflects on how the charity has sought to support the workforce through the pandemic and its plans for the future
Written by Dr Helen Curran, Senior Lecturer: SEN, Bath Spa University
Written by Professor Adam Boddison
The third blog in a series written by Katie Hickin
Whole School SEND's Online SEND Reviewer Training, powered by Real Training
The second in a series of three blogs written by Katie Hickin
Written by Karen Wespieser, COO of Parent Ping and Teacher Tapp.
The first in a series of three blogs written by Katie Hickin
Written by nasen's Education Officer, Alex Grady