Our September edition looks at the new Relationships, Health and Sex Education curriculum in relation to SEND: nasen’s Zoe Mather considers the importance of RSHE for learners with SEND given their potentially for greater vulnerability.
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nasen Connect magazine January 2022
21 Jan 2022
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.