Supporting Inclusion for SEND and Vulnerable Groups

A new resource from nasen

The "Teacher Handbook: SEND", published by nasen in December, was commissioned to provide a digest of inclusive education, alongside practical approaches encompassing a range of primary and secondary subject-specific and condition-specific areas.
The handbook is not intended to be read from cover to cover, but to be used as a resource to be dipped into over time to support teaching staff as they embed inclusive quality first teaching in the classroom.  The graduated response is the golden thread running through the handbook and should be read alongside Warwickshire's own SEND & Inclusion Guidance
To access the handbook, along with other nasen resources, teachers will need to join nasen, however, membership is currently free.
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