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Author: Chris Lincoln

Chair of the Community Inclusive Trust designated as a National Leader of Governance

Community Inclusive Trust (C.I.T Academies) Chair of the Trust Board, Dr Stephen Hopkins, has been designated as a National Leader of Governance (NLG) by the National Governance Association on behalf of the Department for Education. NLGs are expert trustees, governors and governance professionals, deployed through Regional School Commissioners, Local Authorities and Dioceses, who deliver targeted…
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Director of LEARN promoted to Whole School SEND Regional Lead

LEARN are proud to announce that Emily Walker will be taking up the position of Regional SEND Lead for East Midlands, South Yorkshire and Humber (EMSYH), for Whole School SEND (WSS). Emily, Director of LEARN, will undertake this important role whilst leading LEARN into an exciting new era next academic year. Appointed as Deputy Regional…
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Open letter from Vicky Ford MP – Children’s Minister (5/3/21)

Vicky Ford MP – Children’s Minister has written an open letter to all children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, their families and those who support them. Dated 5th March 2021. Please click here to view the letter.

Open letter from Vicky Ford MP – Children’s Minister

Vicky Ford MP – Children’s Minister has written an open letter to all children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, their parents, carers and staff. Dated 14th Jan 2021. Please click here to view the letter.

LEARN launch newsletter – ‘The LEARN Latest’

LEARN are very proud to present to you their first newsletter, ‘The LEARN Latest’. You will find an array of CPD opportunities, upcoming courses, guest blogs and important updates from around Lincolnshire.

Vicky Ford MP – Open letter to the SEND sector

Please follow this link to read an open letter to the SEND sector from Vicky Ford MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families.

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