We're pledging support for the National Association of Special Educational Needs

29th August 2018| News

We are proud to announce our sponsorship of the Young person/Youth achievement category at this year's nasen Awards.

This award recognises a child or young person who has achieved against the odds and made a significant difference to the lives of others with special educational needs and disabilities and/or additional learning needs. (SEND and ALN respectively).

Who are nasen?

The National Association of Special Educational Needs is a charity organisation who have been operating since 1992, concentrating on promoting the advancement and development of all individuals with SEND/ALN.

They support thousands of practitioners by providing relevant information, training and resources to enable staff to meet all pupils' needs. Working with dedicated education professionals, nasen aims to ensure that practice for special and additional needs is both effective and current.

To find out more about nasen, click here.

This year's nasen Awards ceremony

The nasen Awards seek to recognise and share the best practice to benefit children and young people with SEND/ALN.

This year's ceremony will take place on Friday 19th October at The Waldolf Hilton Hotel. There are plenty of categories, from the Inspirational Teacher Award to the Exceptional Parental Engagement Award.

Thrive are thrilled to be sponsoring the Young person/Youth Achievement Award. To view the other categories and to find out more about the event, click here.

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