Frustrated by the postcode lottery of provision across schools nationally, Hannah envisioned a National SENCO Survey in order to establish a national expectation of protected time for those who oversee SEN Co-ordination in their schools. She has been privileged to work alongside colleagues at nasen and Bath Spa University to oversee its creation and execution. Published at the end of 2018, the Survey received almost 2000 responses. Following on from this, the same team launched the One Year On review survey, and published their findings in January 2020. Currently the team are working on Number Three. You can find out more by accessing the published reports here and reading the blogs on this site.
Inspired by the many wonderful children and young people she has worked with, Hannah dreamt up The Generation CAN Awards as a way to shine a light on the many heartwarming and remarkable stories of those with special educational needs and disabilities. Purposed with a mission to encourage and empower, the charity Generation CAN has huge aspirations to grow across the United Kingdom and beyond. You can find out more about the Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Schools Awards here.
Following on from the findings of the National SENCO Worklad Survey, in 2019 Hannah worked with a team of SENCOs and a parent, from across the country, to create a user-friendly guide to getting the best outcomes from SENCOs in their setting. This project has been funded by the DfE through Whole School SEND. Published in March 2020, you can now download the Guide here.
In June 2019, Hannah and Anne Heavey, National Director of Whole School SEND, put together the data from their Access Arrangements survey and shared this with JCQ and Sir John Dunford. The results and recommendations will be shared in the coming months.
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