For over nine years, a unique partnership of SEN leads across the region has been collaborating to run the National Award for SEN Coordination, the follow-on SEN Masters Suite programmes and a range of level 3 and 4 courses for SEN practitioners in schools and settings.
The Eastern Partnership UK (SEND) works in collaboration with Local Authorities, schools and Multi-Academy Trusts across the eastern region to provide SEN professionals with access to a suite of training programmes.
The programmes have enabled nationally prescribed courses to run successfully in local areas, ensuring SENCOs achieve the required learning outcomes whilst building local knowledge and developing effective support networks.
The Eastern Partnership UK (SEND) also offers an innovative audit and planning school improvement tool focusing on special educational needs and disability (SEND), known as aptGO. In addition, it is the home of the Regional SEND Forum through which the latest educational news and research is shared and a platform for discussion is provided.
If you would like to contact Angela Scott or any of the Eastern Partnership UK (SEND) team then please don’t hesitate to call 01438 845 734 or email email@example.com
*Note. There is interchangeable use of the term SEN/SEND used throughout this website.
Eastern Partnership UK (SEND) Regional Lead
Angela has an Advanced Diploma, an MA in specific learning difficulties (dyslexia) and over 35 years of experience as a teacher working in a variety of leadership roles across all phases of education and within large organisations.
She has set up and run a range of education teams and services focusing on improving outcomes for children and young people with SEND both as head of the specialist teaching services in Cambridgeshire and as part of a range of other roles. Her time as SEN HUB coordinator for the National Strategies enabled her to lead on a series of high profile projects working in partnership with schools and SEN leads from local authorities across the east region.
Angela has continued this regional work and is the lead for a wide range of SEND certificated and accredited professional development initiatives including the National Award for SEN Coordination and the SEN Masters suite.
She is author of a number of innovative self-evaluation tools for improving leadership of SEND in schools and settings, and regularly leads training and professional development events working in partnership with regional and national bodies.