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The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Conference 2024

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The Crisis Mental Health Services Conference 2024

The Crisis Mental Health Services Conference 2024

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The National Supporting Veterans Conference 2024

The National Supporting Veterans Conference 2024

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The Safeguarding Refugees and Asylum Seekers Conference 2024

The Safeguarding Refugees and Asylum Seekers Conference 2024

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The Race at Work Conference 2024

The Race at Work Conference 2024

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The Neurodiversity in Schools Conference 2024

The Neurodiversity in Schools Conference 2024

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The Most Able Pupils Conference 2024: Supporting and Fulfilling Potential

The Most Able Pupils Conference 2024: Supporting and Fulfilling Potential

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Working with Schools to Close the Pupil Premium Attainment Gap

Between 2020 and 2021 just over 2 million pupils were eligible for pupil premium, according to the Department for Education. In this video Mark Rowland, Pupil Premium Adviser at the Unity Schools partnership discusses working with schools to close the pupil attainment gap and foster a better sense of belonging for disadvantaged children.

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Working in Partnership Regionally to Improve Educational Outcomes for Disadvantaged Pupils

1 in 5 children and young people in West London aren’t getting the support they need to thrive. In this video, Louisa Mitchell, Chief Executive of West London Zone shares the benefits of working in partnership to create bespoke support systems for vulnerable children and young people to help them achieve their full potential.

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Government Update: Guidance on Teaching Age-Appropriate Relationships, Sex and Health Education

In March 2023, Rishi Sunak ordered a review of sex education in schools. This government update discusses the current guidance in place regarding relationships and sex education in both primary and secondary schools. It further outlines government proposals for updating the guidance and introduces the advisory panel which has been assembled to assess the curriculum in place.

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