Colleges offer a wide range of provision for students with special educational needs and disabilities. We represent the work that colleges do to Government and other agencies to interpret the impact of policy changes.

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  • Education Policy Briefing 05/19

    This week's Education Policy briefing includes Request for feedback on new T Level outline content, Delivering apprenticeship standards – case study webinar series, Study programme resources.

    14 Mar 2019

  • SEND Briefing 01/19

    This weeks SEND briefing includes High Needs Funding update, Minister’s attendance at AoC SEND Conference, House of Commons Education Select Committee, New Ofsted Framework, Supported Internship survey and Careers Development Institute – one day training course: Understanding Autism for Careers Professionals

    07 Feb 2019

  • Education Policy Briefing 01/19

    The first Education Policy briefing of 2019 includes Academic and Applied General minimum standards for the 2017/18 academic year, OCR new Functional Skills English and maths qualifications, T Level consultation on proposed outline content, high needs funding announcement, Adult Basic Digital Skills, Off-the-job training, supporting young apprentices, participants required for Erasmus+ Programme study visits, Mental Health Support Teams for schools and colleges - successful trailblazer sites, AoC English and Maths Conference, BBC language survey, GrantFairy scholarship platform, AoC Safe Students, Safe Colleges Conference and DfE T Level Awareness Raising Events 2018.

    10 Jan 2019

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