SEND issues are everyone’s concern. If we can achieve excellent education for children and young people with SEND and learning differences, we achieve excellent education for all.
At Nasen, our vision is for a fully inclusive and equitable education for every pupil with SEND and learning differences.
The latest data shows that some 1.4 million children and young people have been identified to have SEN in England alone (DfE, 2021) – an all-time high that equates to around three in 20 pupils. It is a significant proportion of the school population – and a proportion that needs attention and support.
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