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nasen Connect magazine January 2022

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  • 21 Jan 2022
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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 when it comes to anxiety and mental health and  the final instalment of The Diary of a SENCO. 

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nasen Connect magazine March 2022

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  • 22 Mar 2022
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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.

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nasen Connect magazine January 2022

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  • 21 Jan 2022
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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

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nasen Connect magazine November 2021

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  • 14 Dec 2021
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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.