Excellence in SEND: Nominations open for Nasen Awards 2021

Excellence and best practice in SEND education is once again being celebrated in the annual Nasen Awards.

The fifth annual awards initiative is now open for entries with nominations invited for schools, settings or individuals.

Nasen is a charity which supports and champions those working with, and for, children and young people with SEND.

The awards have 13 categories and nominations will be judged by a panel of professionals who have experience in education and SEND as well as individuals with lived experience. Joining the judging panel this year is 19-year-old rapper, songwriter, mental health and neurodiversity advocate, Jack Granger from east London.

The 2021 Nasen Awards includes the following categories:

Chief executive of Nasen, Professor Adam Boddison, said: “This important initiative highlights the incredible work of individuals and teams who go above and beyond to improve the lives of children and young people with SEND. Given the ongoing impact of the pandemic, these celebrations and sharing best practice is needed more than ever.”

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