SEND Network

A growing network of creative champions working with D/deaf, disabled & neurodivergent children across London

Being a creative subject teacher in a special school or a SENDCo in a mainstream school can be isolating. You are often a department of one. Opportunities to share practice, seek advice, and develop relationships with other creative subject teachers can often be limited.

A New Direction’s SEND network provides a way of sharing good practice with other educators working in a range of SEND settings across London. The Network meets twice a term over the academic year – working together to improve creative and cultural opportunities for children and young people who are D/deaf, disabled, and neurodivergent.

Over the past five years, the Network has grown to more than 40 members, and is now a flagship for arts and creativity in SEND.

SEND Network 2019.jpg

More information

Join the Network

If you would be interested in joining the network, please fill out the expression of interest form below.

Expression of Interest – A New Direction's SEND Network

A New Direction is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. For more information please read our Privacy Policy

Having trouble viewing this form? Please click here to complete in a separate window.