Acknowledgements

An important part of the process of developing these materials was ensuring that they were co-produced and reflected the broad range of views of young people, families and professionals. 

As such we would like to thank the following individuals for their contributions to this work:

  • Adam Arnell, Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance
  • Beth Barnsley, Whole Education
  • Penny Barratt, The Bridge
  • David Bartram OBE, Future Academies
  • Adam Boddison, nasen
  • Joyce Brako-Amoafo, National Network of Parent Carer Forums
  • Emily Brown, Queensway School
  • Maria Constantinou, St Mary’s C of E Primary School
  • Rachel Cosgrove, The Warriner School
  • Cherryl Drabble, Highfurlong school
  • Dave Hartwell, Middleton Cheney Primary Academy
  • Professor Nick Hodge, Sheffield Hallam University
  • Carol Holah, Pickhurst Infants school
  • Octavia Holland, The Communication Trust
  • Sara-Jade Hussan, Greenford High School
  • Nancy Gedge, Driver Youth Trust
  • Alex Grady, nasen
  • Anita Kerwin-Nye, London Leadership Strategy
  • Bethlyn Killey, SEND Governor
  • Simon Knight, National Education Trust
  • Bob Lowndes, Autism Education Trust
  • Matt McArthur, Frank Wise School
  • Lynne McCann, ReachoutASC
  • Margaret Mulholland, Swiss Cottage School
  • Natasha Niman, London Leadership Strategy
  • Jarlath O’Brien, Carwarden House School
  • Leonie Osbourne, Pickhurst Infants school
  • Vijita Patel, Swiss Cottage School
  • Tom Procter-Legg, Iffley Academy
  • Charlotte Rains, London Leadership Strategy
  • Malcolm Reeve, Academies Enterprise Trust
  • Jon Reid, Brookes University
  • Chris Rossiter, Driver Youth Trust
  • Rachel Rossiter, Horringer Court School
  • Professor Katherine Runswick-Cole, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Karen Sitch, Harris Federation
  • Philippa Stobbs, Council for Disabled Children
  • Elizabeth Stanley, Wraparound SEND
  • Michael Surr, nasen
  • Students of Carwarden School
  • Elaine Underwood, Department for Education
  • Hannah Wilson, GLF Schools