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Strategic development for SENCOs: Part 3

  • Online
  • 04 May 2021 13:00 - 01 Jul 2021 16:30

This course is the first of five sessions (including a live group discussion/shared practice session) that is suitable for more experienced SENCOs, or those who have completed Part 2, who want to ensure a whole-school approach to SEND and who want to continue to develop their strategic approach to SEND.

The dates for the four subsequent sessions (all taking place between 1pm and 2.30pm):

  • 18th May
  • 10th June
  • 24th June
  • 1st of July will be the final, live discussion session and take place at 3.30pm until 4.30pm.

What will this course cover across the five sessions?

  • The ‘Preparation for Adulthood’ journey - why it’s never too early to start and how it supports transitions for pupils with SEND
  • Deploying support staff effectively, including designing and evaluating interventions
  • How to enable and listen to pupil voice for pupils with SEND
  • Navigating the EHCP process and enhancing staff awareness

What are the potential benefits to you and the children or young people you work with?

  • You will feel confident in evaluating how effective your strategic approach to SEND is, and to identify your next areas for development
  • Staff across the school will feel more confident in their roles in regard to SEND, and their role contributes to supporting pupils with SEND 
  • Pupils with SEND will feel more confident that their views are being listened to and taken into account

Suitable for: SENCO

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This course is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Meet your trainer

Zoe Mather

Education Officer at nasen

Zoe began her career on the Graduate Teaching Programme in 2000 as a secondary maths teacher. She then furthered her practice across several secondary schools holding roles including outreach and SENCO. Her most recent post before joining nasen, was as Assessment and Achievement Lead as part of the SLT of an autism-specific all-through special school.