nasen Connect is nasen’s quarterly magazine which is packed full of informative articles which offer advice, analysis and opinions on the current topics and future trends impacting the sector.
nasen Connect magazine Spring 2024
13 Feb 2024
nasen Connect 2024
The spring edition includes articles on the use of digital technology to help bridge the accessibility gap for those with visual impairments and, one school shares how they have developed the use of podcasts to help build and develop communication skills.
The September/October edition includes an overview of the latest national data for SEND, information about the Inclusive Education Hub, which is a free resource designed to help teachers include all young people in their PE and school sport offer.
Our March 2023 edition features articles on Employability Skills and supporting learners with SEND to build skills for independent living. You can also find news updates, book reviews and the latest on nasen Live 2023 and the nasen Awards.
Our January 2023 edition features articles around supporting neurodivergent students at university, ones school’s approach to supporting children with Pathological Demand Avoidance and how to make the learning environment deaf friendly
Our July edition features articles around how music can play a key role in literacy support programmes and the importance of understanding neurodiversity along with information about free resources and Martin Edmonds.
Our March edition features articles around inclusive sport exploring the role it plays in developing a healthy lifestyle and supporting young people to grow friendships and relationships, both in school and beyond.
Our January edition features an article which considers how you might approach identifying if observed needs are as a result of SEN or lost learning due to the pandemic. In addition you can also read about, amongst other topics, key areas to be aware of w
Our November edition celebrates our 30th anniversary and reflects on the major developments in the SEND community. Also Mandy Wilding, our Education Officer, provides a detailed update on the Early Years SENCO Award Project.
In this edition of nasen Connect we will look at sensory wellbeing strategies and how they can help support people with disabilities, we examine the steps schools should consider when supporting children with health conditions and much more
In this edition of nasen Connect we will look at the Headteachers' Standards and the practical implications for SENCOs. There is also a feature on inclusive person-centred planning and the evolution of the person-centred practice and approach.
In this edition of nasen Connect we will look at; building inclusion from the ground up, and how one primary school is building a model of inclusion. Plus, role play to role models: how we can introduce more diversity and inclusion to our classrooms.