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SEND crisis

Up to 8,587 children and young people with SEND are currently classed as ‘awaiting provision’ for a school place, and have no access to any type of educational provision at all.

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World Mental Health Day

Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the NEU writes about the impact of school funding cuts on pupils with SEND and poor mental health.

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SEND National Crisis

The National Education Union is supporting today’s (Thursday) SEND National Crisis campaign day by joining its call on Government to provide more money for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). More than 25 events are happening nationwide.

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SEND consultation

Commenting on the call for evidence on SEND funding announced today by Damian Hinds, Rosamund McNeil, Assistant General Secretary of the National Education Union, said: "For too long, children with SEND have been disgracefully let down by this Government".

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Supporting Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Commenting on the passing of Motion 23 at the Annual Conference of the National Education Union, Dr Mary Bousted, Joint General Secretary of the National Education Union, said: “The NEU is appalled at the continued off-rolling and illegal exclusion of too many SEND pupils and wants the government to address the underlying pressures which lead schools to take such action.

Event

National CPD label event page

Pick & Mix your SEND masterclass

Delegates have the option to attend a half day or full day and pick one or two disorders to focus on in more detail.

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Plymouth -
Sheffield -
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