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The nasen Awards

The nasen Awards will be returning for their sixth year running on 14th October 2022 with the ceremony taking place at Grand Hotel Birmingham.

Every year, nasen receives an overwhelming amount of nominations from people putting forward organisations and individuals who champion those within the SEND sector and deserve.

Nominations are now open.

Submitting a nomination

Nominations are open!

Join us this year celebrating and submit a nomination today but hurry, nominations close on the 5th August 2022! 

nasen Awards Winners 2021

On 15th October 2021, the winners of the nasen Awards 2021 were announced at the Waldorf Hotel in London.

Find out more about our winners here.

A photo of the 'Teacher of the Year' nasen award 2021 winner alongside host Dominic Holland and a representative of the award Sponsor Equazen

Watch our video from nasen Awards 2021!

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nasen Awards 2022 Categories

There are 16 different categories in the nasen 2022 Awards. These were designed to celebrate achievements within school/organisation settings as well as reward individuals who are all going that extra mile to support children and young people with SEND.

 

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nasen Awards 2022 Sponsors

There are a range of sponsorship options available for the nasen Awards. Find out about the 2022 sponsors here.

 

 

 

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nasen Awards 2022 Judging Panel

We carefully selected judges on the panel who all have a wealth of experience working across the educational industry.

 

 

 

Get in touch

If you have any questions about the awards ceremony, please do get in touch

School's Week - our media partner for the nasen Awards

Launched in September 2014, Schools Week is a weekly digital publication and a primary source of news for thousands of professionals working across the schools and education sector in England. With a focus on breaking news, Schools Week provides in-depth, investigative education journalism, determined to get past the bluster and explain the facts.
 
Every week, the digital newspaper is read by school head teachers, multi-academy trust executives, governors, teachers, schools business managers and other key figures from the sector. Over the last 18 months, we have seen a significant growth in our online audience, with the editorial website now receiving an average of 1.26 million monthly page views (up from 550,000 in 2019).

For more information on Schools Week, subscriptions and advertising opportunities, please visit their website using the link below, or their twitter page @schoolsweek

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