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This seminar gave an overview of how children and young people with special educational needs are defined and identified, where and how their needs are being met and the roles of those who are responsible for their education and training. POST collaborated on this event with the All Party Parliamentary Group on Education. More information about the programme and speakers are available in the event flyer.
Slides from the presentations given by the speakers are available to view by clicking on the links below.
Dr Rona Tutt -Setting the Scene: A Synopsis of Special Educational Needs - Past, Present and Future
Professor Barry Carpenter - These are the Children, These are Their Needs
Sharon Godden - The Family, A Time to Reflect