The Whole School SEND Consortium brings together schools, organisations and individuals who are committed to ensuring that every child and young person with SEND can achieve their potential at school. The Whole School SEND Consortium is delivering the Department for Education (DfE) Strategic Support to the Workforce in the Mainstream and Special Schools Contract 2018-2022.
EEF Trial of the SEND Review in Mainstream Secondary Schools
The SEND Review is a structured, peer-to-peer evaluation of SEND provision across a school. The aim of the programme is to improve provision for pupils with SEND in mainstream schools by helping schools to evaluate the effectiveness of their provision, and then implement a bespoke action plan to target areas of priority and drive improvement.
nasen is proud to be part of the DfE-funded Early Years SEND Partnership Project led by the Council for Disabled Children (CDC). The other partners are I CAN, The Communication Trust, Contact and Dingley’s Promise. nasen is currently working with Local Authorities from the nine regions across the country to develop their SEND provision at a strategic level.
The Early Years Level 3 SENCO project is led by nasen in conjunction with School Improvement Liverpool (SIL), who have created and developed their Early Years Level 3 accredited course with CACHE (The Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education).