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Webinar: Making Data Work

  • Webcasts
  • 19 Nov 2020

In this session presenter Malcolm Reeve will go through national identification data on SEND in England in 2020 and show how this can be used by schools to inform their own teaching approaches. He will also consider how data on absence, exclusions and outcomes, and a wider perspective on the achievements of SEND pupils can support a fuller understanding of what we mean by 'progress'.

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Malcolm Reeve

Malcolm has worked in the field of SEND for 30 years and in that time has worked in adult provision, mainstream schools and special schools. He has worked in with children throughout the age range and with learning difficulties ranging from moderate to profound. Malcolm has been a Headteacher of three schools and one federation. He is a National Leader of Education, a Member of the National SEND Forum and Patron of the Centre Algarve holiday centre for people with special needs.

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