Interesting times in education!
Following a very interesting General Election, we now find ourselves in even more interesting times in education.
Graham Quinn, Chair of SSV, was recently invited by Edward Timpson MP, Minister of State for Vulnerable Children and Families to attend the High Needs Funding Consultation.
Dual and Multiple Exceptionality
It is increasingly recognised that the early identification of SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) has an important role to play in ensuring th
Who wants to be a Headteacher?
It would appear that there are many headship vacancies.
Funding – a crisis or a redistribution?
The National Funding Formula has been spoken about for a long time.
On behalf of the SSV committee I would like to wish you, your staff, your families and, most importantly, your young people a very Merry Christmas and a peaceful New Year.
Meeting clinical care needs in specialist settings
Special schools represent different communities of young people and their families.
Opening a special Free School
Many special schools have either opened a special Free School (in addition to their own school), are in the process of pre-opening or applying, or are consideri
The challenge of time!
I’m writing this blog in between lesson observations, appraisal meetings, visits from other professionals and a full trustee and local governing body re-structure! I