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Sponsors

We are delighted to have a range of supportive and innovative sponsors for the nasen awards 2022. If you’d like to sponsor one of our categories this year, please fill out the contact form below.

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Nominations are open!

Join us this year celebrating and submit a nomination today but hurry, nominations close on the 29th July 2022! 

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nasen’s Award for Early Years

Sponsored by Nursery World

The Award for Early Years (including all through schools) recognises a setting that has effectively promoted inclusion by providing exceptional provision and practice to recognise and champion children with SEND aged 5 years and under.

 

 

 

nasen’s Award for Primary Provision

Sponsored by IDL

IDL is an award-winning provider of specialist multi-sensory software to primary and secondary schools in the UK and around the world. Their software is proven to support thousands of pupils to improve their reading, spelling, and maths, particularly those with dyslexia, dyscalculia, and special educational needs. Last year, IDL won NASEN’s Innovation Award for Technology and has since launched specialist screening products which are free of charge to all schools. As part of the Ascentis educational charity, their mission is to enable learners to realise their full potential and achieve their lifelong aspirations.

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nasen’s Award for Co-Production with Families

Sponsored by Seashell Trust

The Award for Co-production with Families recognises a setting which demonstrates effective use of person-centred working with children, young people and their families.

 

 

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nasen’s Award for SEND Leader

Sponsored by National Education Union

The National Education Union is committed to making the education sector a great place to work and a great place to learn. With 450,000 members we represent the majority of teachers and education professionals in the UK. NEU is one of the strongest and fastest growing education unions in the UK working to achieve change, both in working conditions and in education. Our members are at the heart of the union movement shaping the future of education for the benefit of teachers, support staff, leaders and pupils.

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nasen’s Award for Learning Support Staff Member

Sponsored by Axcis Education

Axcis is the foremost supplier of SEND staff to mainstream and specialist schools in England and Wales. Providing teaching, leadership and support staff, Axcis has experience with all levels of recruitment across a wide range of special needs. Visit the Axcis website or contact your local office to learn more about how we can help.

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nasen’s Award for Technology

Sponsored by Scanning Pens

The Award for Technology recognises an organisation or education setting that effectively demonstrates how technology has been used to promote inclusion for children and young people with SEND.

 

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nasen’s Award for Teacher

Sponsored by SENDcast

The SENDcast is a weekly podcast focusing on Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) launched by B Squared.  
Keep up to date with policy changes, best practice and improve your knowledge. With 100 episodes and 94k downloads it’s proven to be a great free resource for both schools and parents. 

nasen’s Award for Secondary Provision

Sponsorship Available

The Award for Secondary Provision (including all through schools) recognises a setting that has effectively promoted inclusion by providing exceptional provision and practice to recognise and champion children and young people with SEND aged between 11 - 16 years.

nasen’s Award for 16 – 25 Provision

Sponsorship Available

The Award for 16 - 25 Provision recognises a setting that has effectively promoted inclusion by providing exceptional provision and practice to recognise and champion young people with SEND aged between 16 - 25 years.

nasen’s Award for Specialist Provision

Sponsorship Available

The Award for Specialist Provision recognises a specialist setting that has effectively promoted inclusion throughout the setting by offering exceptional provision.

nasen’s Award for Young Person Aged 16 and Under

Sponsorship Available 

The Young Person Achievement (Under 16) Award recognises an individual under the age of 16 years who has achieved against the odds and/or made a positive difference to the lives of children and young people with SEND.

nasen’s Award for Young Person Aged Over 17

Sponsorship Available 

The Young Person Achievement (Over 17) Award recognises an individual between 17 - 25 that has achieved against the odds and/or made a positive difference to the lives of children and young people with SEND.

nasen’s Award for Publication (David Ryan)

Sponsorship Available 

The Award for Publication recognises an innovative publication (including e-publications) which has had a positive impact on children and young people with SEND.

nasen’s Award for International Provision

Sponsorship Available

The Award for International Provision recognises an international education setting that has effectively promoted inclusion and offers exceptional provision for children and young people with 
SEND.

nasen’s Award for Person of the Year

Sponsorship Available

The Award for Person of the Year focuses on an individual who has made significant, innovative and outstanding contributions to enhancing the SEND community.

Interested in sponsoring the nasen Awards?

Complete this short form and a member of the sales team will be in touch, otherwise you can email: sales@nasen.org.uk

Please provide us with any further details, such as the type of sponsorship you are interested in.