‘Give SENCOs the time and resources they need to do their job’

Professor Adam Boddison, outgoing chief executive at Nasen
Wednesday, July 14, 2021

With more pupils requiring SEND support in our primary schools, it is imperative that investment into the SENCO workforce is stepped up, says Professor Adam Boddison, at special educational needs and disability charity, Nasen.

Professor Adam Boddison: 'The SENCO's role is often not fully understood by school leaders'.
Professor Adam Boddison: 'The SENCO's role is often not fully understood by school leaders'.

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