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Five years on from major SEND reforms where hundreds of millions of pounds were spent, a report published in September 2019 by the Education Select Committee highlighted multiple failings in the system. These failings include rising waiting times for SEN assessment and a lack of availability of specialist provision.
Following the report, the government launched a new review to improve support for children with additional needs and set out plans to invest over £14 billion in primary and secondary education between now and 2022/23, including £700 million extra for children with SEND in 2020/21.
Despite the investment initiatives set down by government, has the pandemic, with its protracted school closures, created long lasting damage to SEND institutes? What steps need to be taken and will more be needed post-Covid?
Salford Professional Developments’ sixth annual Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Conference will provide you with the opportunity to network virtually with other like-minded SEND professionals, debate the latest SEND developments with high-calibre industry speakers and explore best practice examples from organisations improving outcomes for SEND pupils.
Highlights of the SEND Conference include:
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