Wilsmlow High School have been recognised for inclusion and support at their specialist resource provision.
The National Association for Special Educational Needs (nasen) are a charitable organisation that supports all education practitioners. Their annual awards celebrate the achievements of individual and organisations within the special educational needs and disability (SEND) sector.
This year’s awards ceremony featured 13 different categories to celebrate those who make a real difference to children with SEND. The Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) resource provision at the school were successful in the secondary category which recognises a school that promotes inclusion, has exceptional facilities with learning that goes above and beyond.
Head teacher, Dr James Pulle said: “We are thrilled to receive the prestigious Nasen award for best secondary provision. Nasen is central in driving the SEND agenda forward on a national level, as well as helping to ensure that the young people of today are given every opportunity. “This is something that is echoed at Wilmslow High School. We strive to ensure that our students receive a ‘whole curriculum’, no matter what their need or background. We are proud to be such a large and inclusive secondary school and are truly blessed to have the students, parents and staff that we do.”