This 2- hour seminar examines the importance of a strong parent partnership and the early identification of SEN as the second and third golden threads of effective practice. It is based on the findings of case studies that were carried out in PVI settings in 9 Local Authorities across the country.
What does this webinar cover?
- The importance of trust
- Communication with parents
- Effective co-production
- Observing children
- The use of assessment tools
- Information-gathering to identify children’s individual needs
Who would benefit from this training?
- Early Years SENCOs
- Early Years managers
- Practitioners in PVI settings
This seminar is the second of 3 live seminars that have been developed as part of the Early Years SEND Partnership Project funded by the DfE. This seminar is repeated on Wednesday 19th May at 10.00am.
Suitable for: A parent/carer, Early Years Practitioner, SENCO
Meet your trainer
Julie is an associate and trainer for nasen. Julie was part of the team who developed the Resilience Development Pack.
Julie’s background is rooted in understanding and meeting the needs of children with special educational needs and disabilities, (SEND) with a specific focus on social, emotional and mental health. Julie is highly regarded and has a long established reputation in the SEND sector.
Julie is also a regular speaker at the Nursery World and TES shows as well as nasen Live. Over the last 10 months Julie has written and delivered webinars and webcasts for a range of audiences covering topics including social, emotional and mental health, trauma, self regulation and emotional wellbeing for staff.