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The 5 Golden Threads of Effective Practice for SEND in PVI settings: Provision for children with SEND and the COVID response

  • Online
  • 20 May 2021 (14:00 - 16:00)
early years
PVI Setting Case Studies
Covid-19
5 Golden Threads

This 2- hour seminar examines the provision for children with SEND and creative ideas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic as the fourth and fifth 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?

  • Inclusion
  • Making reasonable adjustments for children with SEND
  • Effective transition
  • Working with external agencies
  • Changes to the environment, routines and systems in response to COVID-19

Who would benefit from this training?

  • Early Years SENCOs
  • Early Years managers
  • Practitioners in PVI settings

This seminar is the third 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 Monday 24th May at 10.00am.
 

Suitable for: Early Years Practitioner, SENCO

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