School staff raise concerns over shortage of support workers for SEND pupils

Patrick Grafton-Green
Thursday, April 4, 2024

Three quarters of school staff say more learning support assistants are needed for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), according to a new report.

Seven in eight NEU members said their resources to support children with SEND were insufficient. Picture: dglimages/Adobe Stock
Seven in eight NEU members said their resources to support children with SEND were insufficient. Picture: dglimages/Adobe Stock

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