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2019
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Tender Announcement

3 December 2019

UPDATE: Questions that have been submitted for the tender have now been answered. nasen (National Association for Special Educational Needs) is the leading membership charity organisation supporting all education practitioners who work with children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities.

Whole School SEND Review Trial

26 November 2019

Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen) are recruiting 160 secondary schools for a trial of the Whole School SEND Review.

Mime, an organisation that delves into education data, has published an 'Inclusion Index'

18 November 2019

The index enables you to find out where your Local Authority ranks in their tables.

nasen launch FREE event for leaders & decision makers in local authorities

6 November 2019

Join nasen, School Improvement Liverpool and Dingley's Promise at a FREE event for leaders & decision makers in local authorities. Access a wealth of knowledge and training opportunities from three sector-leading providers at venues in Reading, London & Liverpool.

APPG report on Dyslexia is published

25 October 2019

The British Dyslexia Association has published the report of the All Party Parliamentary Group into dyslexia, the 'Educational Cost of Dyslexia'.

SEND report published

23 October 2019

The House of Commons Education Committee has published its first report of session 2019/20, ‘Special educational needs and disabilities’. The strongly worded report is damning to say the least, both in terms of its language and its findings. For example, it says of the system that ‘parents and carers have to wade through a treacle of bureaucracy’ and with regard to children and young people themselves, ‘this generation is being let down’.

National SENCO Workload Survey - One Year on - Have your say!

25 September 2019

One year on from the National SENCo Workload Survey - we want to ensure that future projects remain focused on the needs of the SENCOs and the schools that they work in. Please complete this quick survey.

Contribute to the consultation on restraint and restrictive intervention

16 September 2019

In June the Department for Education (DfE) published, jointly with the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), non-statutory guidance on reducing restraint and restrictive intervention in health and social care services and special education settings. They are consulting on whether there is a need for similar guidance for mainstream settings.

Contribute to the consultation on school transport

16 September 2019

The Department for Education has a consultation ongoing about updating the statutory guidance for local authorities on home to school travel and transport (for pupils aged under 16). They are looking for your views.

2018
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New funding for SEND announced

12 December 2018

An additional £350 million has been announced by Damian Hinds to support children with complex needs and disabilities. This funding will provide specialist support and tailored facilities, including the creation of specialist places and facilities.

Accredited Early Years SENCO Award

11 December 2018

Would you like to achieve an accredited Early Years SENCO Award which is completely free in selected areas across England? Do you work in a Private, Voluntary or Independent Early Years setting? Would you like to develop your confidence and knowledge about effective SEND provision for the children in your care? We have an amazing opportunity for you!

The Government have Announced an Extension of the Review of its Autism Strategy

6 December 2018

The Government have announced an extension of the review of its autism strategy to cover children and young people, as well as adults. The review will inform the new joint adults and children autism strategy to be published in autumn 2019.

Final Report Released on Work Experience and Vocational/Technical Provision for Young People on SEN Support: A Rapid Evidence Assessment

6 December 2018

The Department for Education have released a final report on work experience for young people on SEN support.

Stephen Chamberlain appointed to lead new Expert Reference Group on Leadership of SEND

6 December 2018

The Whole School SEND Consortium is delighted to announce the launch of four new projects, as part of their work to support all education professionals to deliver high quality SEND provision with confidence. The new projects aim to increase the confidence and skills of a wide range of education professionals – including those new to the classroom, SENCos and senior leaders.

nasen launch insightful report on DME (Dual and Multiple Exceptionality)

4 December 2018

Today, nasen has launched ‘Dual and Multiple Exceptionality (DME), The Current State of Play’, an independent report which looks at the recognition, identification and support of DME in schools across England.

New research leads the call to legally protect SENCOs’ time

30 November 2018

**Research conducted by Bath Spa University, in collaboration with nasen and NEU, finds nearly three-quarters (74%) of SENCOs do not have enough time to support SEND students** **National SENCO Workload Survey recommends SENCOs have minimum 1.5 days per week dedicated to SEND provision** **Almost a third of SENCOs (30%) say they will leave the profession within five years, half of which cite heavy workload as the primary reason**

Pioneering new approach to assessing pupils with complex disabilities to be introduced in schools

26 November 2018

Pupils with multiple and complex needs will be assessed using a new ‘aspects of engagement’ approach.

FREE training for EY Managers in PVIs in SEND and SLCN

22 November 2018

nasen and ICAN are working together on a DfE-funded project to offer free one-day professional development courses for leaders and managers in private, voluntary and independent Early Years settings.

nasen secures funding to provide significant support on SEND to early years settings and local authorities

14 November 2018

nasen is to receive £1.4 million from the Department for Education as part of their recent success in a bid to improve access and inclusion in early years.

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