Podcast: Supporting a Child with Down Syndrome and and the importance of parent partnership
In this podcast we hear from Helen Taylor about her son who has Down Syndrome. Helen talks about the importance of parent partnership in early years settings and effective approaches to working with children with Down Syndrome.
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Information - 04 March 2020 Member Only
This supportive guidance document can be used to support practitioners in recording the way that SEND and high learning potential interlink. It provides a starting point to review the needs of pupils with DME and is suitable for It is suitable for teachers, teaching assistants, learning mentors, schools and colleges.
Information - 24 February 2020 Member Only
Thanks to Lois Totton (Senior Lecturer, Stranmillis University College) and Dr Brenda Montgomery (Chair of the nasen Northern Ireland Advisory Group); this “Observing Learners” resource has been adapted to support educational professionals and practitioners in Northern Ireland. The resource provides guidance and suggestions about effective observation and how to use a range of observation techniques in a range of contexts to support learners including those with SEND.
Early Years Case Study: Supporting a Child with Cognition and Learning Needs (PMLD) and Physical Needs
Information - 11 February 2020 Member Only
In this case study we hear from Kath Dickinson, a Manager at ‘SEND to Learn’ Nursery in Blyth, Northumberland. Kath describes how she has worked to support a 2-year old child in her setting who has Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and physical needs.