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London Assembly Education Panel: Special educational needs in London


The London Assembly Education Panel are holding an enquiry into special educational needs in London.

 

They are accepting submissions of evidence until the 18th October.

https://www.london.gov.uk/current-investigations/special-needs-education...

Policy Update, Oct 16

A look at the events and articles to be aware of in the education and SEND world.

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From Last Week 

First Opportunity Area plans announced 

Policy Update, Oct 09

After a hectic conference season, Parliament returns this week. We take a look at the events and articles to be aware of in the education and SEND world

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Policy Update, Oct 2

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Angela Rayner: Labour will create “cradle-to-grave” system for learning

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Schools Week have the full text of her speech here.

Policy Update, Sep 25

A look at the events and articles to be aware of in the education and SEND world.
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Policy Update, Sep 18

The Week Ahead 18-24 September. 
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A look at the events and articles to be aware of in the education and SEND world.

End of Term Policy Update

#SENDed Policy Update

July 24, 2017

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Both Houses of Parliament are now in summer recess and will return on Tuesday 5th September – here is our end of term policy update to cover what you might have missed.

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Cabinet reshuffle: who’s who in the Education team?

Following the formation of a Conservative minority government with DUP support, Theresa May has completed a reshuffle of her ministerial team.

The Summit: blogger feedback

In the weeks since the Whole School SEND Summit in february we have been delighted to feature in a number of blogs looking back at the event, the lessons learned and next steps. Have a look below and continue the conversation on the Summit Group here and by connecting via Twitter and Facebook.