The society is based around Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Our aim is to bring awareness and spread knowledge about the topic of SEND, as well as the political and social issues surrounding it. Our intention will be to raise awareness of topics such as funding for schools, colleges, and universities and have guest speakers come in and speak to students who are studying subjects such as Special Education and Education Studies about what help from charities is available for children, young people and adults who may come under the SEND category.
In addition to this, as a way of raising money for the society so it could be funded, we would host charity events and fairs to spread the message and awareness of SEND, as well as having a fun time in doing so.
“SEND and Inclusion needs to be voiced, the SEND Society is here to do that now…We are here to educate, create awareness and provide knowladge of SEND and Inclusion with all the benefits and challenges it has faced in recent years. We will not be put off by negitivity, but will fight for what is right!”
- UEL SEND Society
Nadine Pinnock is the Secetary of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Society. Nadine is also a BA. Special Education Level 4 student.
Prior to Nadine's education studies, she worked in peadiatric care with children who have complex needs for over 15 years. Nadine has worked with and cared for children and young people with SEND needs. Nadine is passionate about children, young people and their affairs, especially their health, education and care needs. Nadine is passionate about making sure children and young people with SEND needs have a voice to be heard, listend to and addressed.
As well as studying, Nadine is also an Associate Pastor of the Urban United Pentecostal Church of God, Wembley, where she offers pastoral care to her members.
Nadine's motto is ''No one is perfect, that is why pencils have erasers"
Grace Micheal is the Finance Officer for the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Society. Grace is also a BA. Special Education Level 4 Student.
Grace is a very companionate person and always looks for the best in everyone and everything she does. In addition to this. In addition to this, Grace is a Learning Support Assistant (LSA) in a post-16 setting helping students with SEND needs.
Grace's motto is "Acceptance is the key to success"