Welcome to the FLSE
'A Collective Voice for Special Education’
Welcome to the Federation of Leaders in Special Education (FLSE). We are 'the voice' of leaders who are delivering education, welfare, care, support and guidance to children and young adults with special education needs and disabilities, wherever they are, throughout their educational years.
Support and Aspiration - the Future of Special Education...
One day Conference - Friday 28th June 2013... Support and Aspiration - the Future of Special Education.
For more details, click here ...
Education Select Committee...
For information on the latest written evidence - as at October 2012... click here ...
Education Funding Agency...
For more information and to download the latest reports... click here ...
Business Practice Network (BPN)
Best Practice Network (BPN) works with leaders in schools, academies and early years settings to deliver better outcomes for children and young people. BPN is currently looking to extend its pool of freelance school improvement advisors particularly for those with experience in supporting special schools. If you are interested in finding out more about working with BPN please contact:
Phil Haslett - Business Development Director - M: 07812 536814 - www.bestpracticenet.co.uk
Latest Blogs - Keeping you up-to-date with the FLSE
Read the latest blogs from David Bateson - Vice-Chair of the FLSE...
Youth Sport Trust - See how they can help your school...
The Youth Sport Trust is an independent charity devoted to changing young people's lives through sport. Established in 1994, we are passionate about helping all young people to achieve their full potential in life by delivering high quality physical education and sport opportunities. See how this can help your school here ...
National SEND Forum Meetings - 2013
The FLSE hosted the most recent National SEND Forum in March 2013. The next meeting will be on Wednesday the 22nd May 2013 - and will be held at The George Inn in London. The minutes of all previous meetings are available here ...
Headline News - Special Education
Headline News - Other Education
Blow to Olympic legacy as 'schools are forced to cut sport' - (Daily Telegraph)
Parents 'failing to get children ready for school', say heads - (Daily Telegraph)
Head teachers launch new school inspection system - (Daily Telegraph)
Schools 'struggling to recruit head teachers' - (BBC News)
Union sets up its own schools inspectorate as alternative to Ofsted - (The Guardian)
Life after SATs: what will you be teaching this summer? - (The Guardian)
Headteachers look to ease stress with Ofsted alternative - (The Independent)
What impact will the new teaching schools have on education? - (The Guardian)
Gove plans to change GCSE grading - (The Guardian)
What's the best way to teach languages? - (The Guardian)
Eleven-year-olds wake up to compulsory spelling and grammar test - (The Guardian)
Does the government really want innovation in free schools? - (The Guardian)
Cut-price boarding schools on the rise - (Daily Telegraph)
Languages in UK schools: where we are vs where we need to be - (The Guardian)
Gove: 'Pupil premium should be protected from cuts' - (BBC News)
Summer-born pupils 'should have exam scores boosted' - (BBC News)
Gove criticises 'Mr Men' history teaching - (BBC News)
Above we highlight 'Headline News' from the last few days.
If you have missed any news stories from previous weeks, then you can download a back copy from our ' Document Bank ' .
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