Belong here: Our 2023 Impact Report
Belong here: Our 2023 Impact Report
Our key achievements from the past year and ongoing commitment to inform, recognise and represent special schools
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Mari's blog on Ofsted and CQC's thematic visits on preparation for adulthood
BLOG: Ofsted and CQC thematic visits – preparation for adulthood
NASS's Senior Policy and Public Affairs Officer, considers the value of the local thematic visits
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Claire Dorer discusses children's mental health week and SEND
BLOG: Tackling mental health challenges & SEND
A blog by NASS CEO on the need to recognise the mental health challenges faced by children and young people with SEND
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Financial distress in local authorities
Levelling Up, Housing and Communities Committee report, 1st February
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NASS Blog on building a support network for our members
BLOG: Building a support network for our members
How members can access support from our current NASS SIPS or apply for a sponsored place on the next training programme
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NASS Working Strong Together News Story
Working Stronger Together
A NASS thought piece on the relationship between the state and the Independent Special Schools sector
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‘Advisory’ Tailored Lists – who do they really help?
We remain unconvinced about their true purpose and the real benefit to parents
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