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SENCOs: teaching commitments
Do SENCOs have to teach classes? To answer this question we refer to the SEND Code of Practice and advice from nasen. This article also links to examples of SENCOs' teaching commitments from schools, and further articles on SENCOs' responsibilities and qualification and training requirements.
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- SENCO teaching commitments: examples from schools
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