Special educational needs and disability
29 Aug 2012
‘At the heart of education is the capacity to transform a child’s life for the better’. – (Professor Barry Carpenter, OBE). In the 21st Century, the special educational needs of children in our schools are becoming more complex. The SSAT works closely with schools to improve outcomes for children, enhance teacher quality, develop students as independent learners, introduce innovative approaches to curriculum content, design and delivery, and showcase best and next practice from across the country and around the world.
North, South and West events in July 2013. Book your place today.
A 'Call to action' for educational outcomes of children born preterm
Share SEN news, information and pose questions
All current training opportunities - autism, engagement, families and more
A quality award to those who recognise and demonstrate the importance of inquiry-based teaching
Find out about the benefits of joining our SEN network
Conference information and resources
Introducing a new resource for members - SSAT’s SEN Research Radar
SSAT response to the new legislation, at October Education Select Commitee
A booklet series supporting teachers of children with complex needs
Sharing insights from both fields to innovate learning
A one-year programme comprising of 4 events focused on the journey to achieving outstanding results.
Report on iNet's latest study visit