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Postgraduate Certificate in Leadership and Management in Special and Inclusive Education: The National Award for SENCOs (NASENCO)
SFET Teaching School Hub is delighted to be partnering with Roehampton University to deliver this National Award for SENCOs.
For further information about the programme and the application process, please go to the Teaching School Hub webpage or contact email@example.com
This handbook has been developed by Whole School SEND as a resource for teachers to use over time as they embed inclusive practice in their classrooms: it is not intended that it is read cover-to-cover. It has been written for both primary, secondary and specialist colleagues: teaching assistants, teachers, senior leaders and headteachers. The handbook includes whole-school and whole-class approaches as well as subject-specific and condition-specific guidance. Downloadable from Teacher Handbook | SendGateway
Parent Governors Invited to Join County Council Education Select Committee
Surrey County Council’s Children, Families, Lifelong Learning and Culture Select Committee, in accordance with regulation, is seeking a parent governor to join its membership. The Committee is responsible for scrutinising Council services including education, children’s social care, safeguarding, SEND support, adult learning and apprenticeships, arts, libraries and heritage.
The successfully elected applicant will join thirteen County Councillors and three other co-optees, including one other parent governor representative, on the Committee for up to four years. The Council will reimburse travel expenses incurred by parent governor representatives.
If you would like any further information about the role or the work of the Committee, please contact Benjamin Awkal at Surrey County Council 07816 091463).
If you would like to apply, please do so by sending a brief personal statement outlining your suitability for the role to Benjamin Awkal at by Monday, 28th February 2022, after which an election will be held to determine who will be appointed to the position.
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