Nasen, the UK’s leading professional organisation for all those working with young people aged 0 - 25 with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), endeavours to keep stakeholders informed of governmental policy changes and offer best practice support and advice for those in the SEN sector. At the Macron Stadium, Bolton, nasen will be hosting nasen Live 2015, providing a ‘one year on’ update on the implementation of the SEND reform from the 20-21 May 2015.
Expert education practitioners are being invited to share their experiences at the Education Show 2015, the leading trade event for educators worldwide.
This morning saw the start of Bett 2015, the world’s leading learning technology event. Now in its third year at its new home at London’s ExCeL, visitors were greeted with a new face during the opening keynote speech. With a change of personnel at Whitehall, new Education Secretary Nicky Morgan welcomed visitors, outlining the work that the government have done over the last few years and highlighting what we can expect in the future.
At a time of significant change in the curriculum and the removal of assessment levels, results of the 2014 Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Training in Schools research carried out on behalf of the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) has indicated an increasing demand for training in schools.