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The National Education Trust both develops and contributes to the development of a wide range of different educational resources. These are now being made available through the website and can be found here: Resources

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SEND Review Guide

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Send Review Guide – A school-led approach to improving provision for all. The SEND Review Guide, part-funded by the Department for Education and produced by teachers and school leaders, is now available to download for free from www.thesendreview.com. The SEND Review Guide was created in…

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Whole School SEND

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The National Education Trust is delighted to be a contributing partner to the Whole School SEND consortium, working to ensure that those with Special Education Needs and Disabilities get access to the very best education possible. Further information about the work of the consortium and…

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The Journey to Excellence

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Self-Improving Schools: The Journey to Excellence The English schools’ system is at a crossroads. This landmark collection of essays brings together some of the country’s leading education thinkers and practitioners. Their polemic is intended to help teachers, school leaders, governors and policy makers think deeply about…

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Pupil Premium Toolkit

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The Pupil Premium is additional funding that is paid to schools in respect of their disadvantaged pupils. Schools receive this funding to support their eligible pupils and narrow the attainment gap between them and their peers. Go to Website

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Professional Standards for Teaching Assistants

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The  Professional  Standards for Teaching  Assistants  were originally  drafted by a working group set up by  the Department  for Education(DfE) in conjunction  with organisations representing  the  schools  workforce,  practitioners and others  also committed to ensuring excellence  in education. After completing the  standards the  government decided…

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