Previous Winners.

Winners from previous award ceremonies.

2015 Winners

              The inaugural National Special Educational Needs Awards were judged in the summer term of 2015.  Here are the winning entries. Best use of external special needs professional The Lyndon School, Solihull           Judges comments: Well presented and clearly represented above and...

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2016 Winners

Most Innovative Special Needs Intervention Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Best Use of External Special Needs Professional Most Innovative Special Needs Intervention The Limes College           The Limes College Art department creates innovating and exciting projects to engage students in...

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2017 Winners

Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Most innovative intervention Partnership with Parents Inclusion in FE Most Inclusive Practice Across a School The Stanway School             What the Judges Said We were impressed by your data examples and that you have SEN performance management targets. We...

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2018 Winners

Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Most innovative intervention Inclusion in Further Education Inclusion in Employment Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Lyndhurst First School             What the Judges Said What strikes us is that this school is constantly looking to improve at...

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2019 Winners

Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Partnership with Parents Most innovative SEND intervention Best use of External Professional Excellence in Special Schools Inclusion in Further or Higher Education Inclusion into Employment Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Barnton Community Nursery...

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2020 Winners

Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Partnership with Parents Inclusion in Early Years Inclusion in Further or Higher Education Support into Employment Contribution to the Sector Most Inclusive Practice Across a School Penwortham Primary School What the Judges Said A school, who the judges felt...

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2021 Winners

Most Inclusive Practice Across a School or College Most Inclusive Practice in Early Years Most Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education Most Inclusive Practice in Special Schools and Alternative Provision Most Innovative Special Needs Intervention Support into Employment Contribution to...

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2023 Winners

Support into Employment - Harrison College Harrison College provides a specialist business, enterprise, and employability post-16 education provision for students with Autism, Asperger’s, and special educational needs. They equip our learners to be real leaders of the future; driving a new way of...

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