Sharing good practice
As a member of the Whole School SEND Consortium, nasen is working to enable schools to share their good practice in SEND, based around the London Leadership Strategy (LLS) SEND Review. There are lots of good, high quality practice in SEND going on in schools and settings all over the country, but it can be difficult for other schools to find out about it. To make this easier, nasen are setting up a new section on the SEND Gateway where schools can share this good practice with each other, using the areas from the LLS SEND review.
Nasen are now inviting you to submit your examples of good practice to the SEND Gateway, with the offer of a FREE ticket to nasen Live (worth £149 to members and £199 to non-members) to the first 5 that they receive! Those who contribute will also receive the ‘SEND Gateway Contributor Mark’ which can be used on your website, headed paper etc. to indicate that you are an outward-facing school or setting that engages in collaborative, school to school support.
Further information can be found here, alternatively please use this link to find the submission guidance and the simple submission form or if you have any questions or would like more information then please get in touch using the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org