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#NL2022: Linking Up Schools and the FE Sector for the Benefit of Learners with SEND

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  • 18 Jul 2022
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This speaker presentation is free to access for those that purchased a ticket to attend nasen Live 2022!

These slides were presented by Alex Grady and Teresa Carroll at nasen Live 2022. If you like what you see, please come along to our flagship event next year! Keep an eye out in our newsletter or magazine to know when tickets are on sale.

Session Synopsis

Distributed leadership for SEND is crucial across schools and Further Education (FE) but what does it actually look like and how it can be successfully achieved?

Alex Grady and Teresa Carroll from the Education and Training Foundation will explore this and more.

Together, important questions will be discussed on effective transition to FE, preparation for employment for young people with SEND and how distributed leadership can enable this.

Speaker Bios

Having worked as a teacher for 25 years, including as a SENCO, teacher trainer, local authority SEND adviser, leader of SEN resources bases and a special school outreach service, and as an SEN governor and chair, Alex Grady have been with nasen for nearly six years. As Head of Education and Whole School SEND, Alex has responsibility for the leadership of the education team, who work on a wide range of projects to make inclusion a reality, and the education team of Whole School SEND. WSS has a national team of SEND Leaders across the regions, who enable us to link more closely with the member community, to change the lives of learners with SEND one connection at a time.

Teresa leads on the Education and Training Foundation’s offer to the sector on offender learning, special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and mental health.  She has worked for over 20 years across the housing, health and education sectors developing community led services, providing advocacy and in social policy roles to ensure that services meet the needs of those they are for. A beneficiary and champion of the Further Education sector and its life changing impact, Teresa works with others to remove the barriers that prevent people from maximising their potential.

Suitable for: A parent/carer, Assistant Head Teacher, Consultant, Deputy Head Teacher, Early Years Practitioner, Education psychologist, Governor, Head Teacher, Inclusion Manager/Leader, Newly Qualified Teacher, Other, SENCO, Senior Leader, Student, Support staff, Teacher, Teaching Assistant, Tutor, Young person

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