Your voice has made a difference
As you know, SSV members have been lobbying government for the last 6 months with particular regard to the financial position many of our schools find themse
Financial pressures not having an impact upon standards!!!!!
Further to Graham’s blog (see link below) in relation to Amanda Spielman publicly saying that the financial pressures faced by
Legislation / Statutory Guidance on SEND Transport and Special Schools
Our country has accepted for many decades now that children who used to be considered ineducable are indeed capable of
Following emails received from Special Schools, SSV have sent a letter (which can be viewed here) to Stuart Miller, Deputy Director of SEND, with regards to the following:
SWALSS Executive Officer Vacancy
After many successful years, the SWALSS CEO is retiring.
Exciting job opportunities available at nasen
Please find below a link to information regarding some exciting new roles we are looking to recruit to at Whole school SEND.
Minutes from the meeting with the DfE – 14th March 2018
Minutes from the meeting held on 14th March can be found here.
This supportive tool has been designed by the Department for Education (DfE) to promote consideration of the four PfA outcomes as part of EHC planning across the age range.
SSV and NSN Free Event – presentations
Special Schools Voice and New Schools Network recently held two events (one in London and one in Manchester) to discuss the opportunities of ope
SSV and NSN Free Event
Special Schools Voice and New Schools Network are hosting two events in London and Manchester to discuss the opportunities of opening a special free school and a speci