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How to implement the SEND Code of Practice – policy, practice and procedure. Perfect for new SENCos and those looking to refresh or review their current practice.
This FREE course explores the many accessibility features within Microsoft products.
Following on from the success of our ‘Five Useful Things’ course we’ve added more ideas that you can easily implement in your school/setting. This course will be ten one hour sessions over the Autumn term. You can attend some or all of the sessions to meet your needs!
A course that explores: memory, metacognition and cognitive load.
Identifying and responding to sensory needs in the classroom – all eight senses. This course will also include low cost sensory resources that you can make and take to fulfill a personalised sensory diet.
Identifying and exploring the key skills required to build a secure foundation for learning reading and maths, which can often be the cause for gaps in knowledge. This course will include strategies you can use to revisit and embed these early essential skills with SEN children across the school.
We will work through how to explore and use your own school data and information to develop your own lines of SEND specific enquiry to develop policy, procedures and practice to make sure you are OFSTED ready as part of your ongoing quality assurance.
This course provides the opportunity to explore your pupil(s) EHCP in depth and learn how to bring it to life in practice. We will consider strategies, techniques and approaches to ensure that the EHCP is brought to life in order to maximise progress, achievement and engagement.
This course provides the opportunity to explore:
- The role of the Teaching Assistant including career development:
- Supporting whole class teaching.
- Supporting social, emotional and mental health needs.
- Running high quality interventions.
- What do we know about Down’s Syndrome?
- How can we provide effective support to maximise learning, accelerate progress and facilitate access to all aspects of school life.