The course offers students an opportunity to explore important issues and debates surrounding SEN and disability. It is of particular interest to those who wish to work with disabled children and young people or are concerned with raising awareness and understanding of disability. Essentially, it is the study of challenging concepts relating to equal opportunity, inclusion and a holistic understanding of childhood and youth. This degree is underpinned by children's rights and drives towards developing integrated and responsive services for children, young people and families. The BA SENDS works very closely with its stakeholders who often give guest lectures and whose organisations may offer work related experiences for pro-active students. Graduates wishing to undertake postgraduate qualifications at Master’s level can progress to MA in Childhood Studies well as the MA Learning and Teaching offered at the university. In addition, graduates wishing to train as teachers can apply for the Suffolk and Norfolk Initial Teaching Training for both Primary and Secondary teachers at the university. For employment they can progress to a wide range of successful positions in the following fields: Community Education Officer, Children’s Services Manager, Children’s Service Development Adviser, Children’s Centre Coordinator/Manager, Children’s Policy Adviser, Educational Welfare Adviser, Family Support Worker, MSc/MA in a related field, Research Assistant, PhD Study and Youth Justice.