Resources

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  • Physical and Sensory Needs Podcast

    Information - 09 January 2020 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    In this podcast we hear from Chryseus Yamaguchi, a Sensory Teacher for Visual Impairment and previous Assistant Head and Head of Early Years in a Complex Needs Special School. Working across South London in the voluntary and public sectors, Chryseus discusses complex and medical needs and brings her professional experience and personal insight to improving support and learning outcomes for children with physical and sensory needs.

  • Using pupil pen portraits for staff SEND CPD

    Information - 09 October 2019 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    A silver and gold member resource that will provide you with CPD, questions and discussions to deliver to staff members to use pupil pen portraits.

  • Ofsted Education Inspection Framework

    Information - 19 September 2019 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    Available to silver and gold members, this information based resource will be suitable for SENCos and leaders in Early Years settings, Schools and Colleges. The resource can be effectively used as part of the self review and improvement process, key benefits of this resources is to gain a concise overview of the Education Inspection Framework and implications of practice.

  • Pupil Passport

    Editable document - 16 September 2019 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    Available to silver and gold members, this useful person centred working tool is suitable for those supporting pupils in Early Years, Primary, Secondary and post 16 settings. The resource can be used to outline a pupil’s key strengths, needs and the strategies and key adjustments to teaching that are needed every day.

  • Graduated Approach Prompt

    Information - 09 September 2019 SILVER AND GOLD MEMBER ONLY

    A useful tool for silver and gold members in the EYFS, primary, secondary and post-16 settings. This resource is designed to help teachers work their way through the graduated approach for those pupils that haven’t necessarily yet been identified with SEN but for whom there are initial concerns.