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Nasen Live 2016: SEND practice and reform

With the recent significant changes to SEND practice, including the new Code of Practice, this year’s nasen Live event in April is offering CPD and best practice advice. Beverley Walters previews the event

The onus on schools to meet the requirements of the SEND reforms is considerable, and CPD plays a critical role in the development of effective strategies.

To address this, nasen Live on April 29 and 30 offers CPD for anyone working in the field of special and additional educational needs and disability.

Since the last nasen Live, embedding the SEND Code of Practice continues, and nasen’s focus remains to drive support for teachers, practitioners and SENCOs across the 0 to 25 age range.

Nasen Live 2016 focuses on “what works” at classroom level, concerning effective intervention and support for learners with SEN.

At a time when we as professionals are meeting an increasingly diverse range of needs within a new framework of identification, assessment and support for SEN, effective support is crucial to ensuring quality special needs provision across the sector.

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