Resources

Our team of education specialists have put together a bank of information, support and resources. This provides you easy access to the most up-to-date knowledge and support which is rooted in research and evidence-informed best practice.

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Resilience Development Pack: Top Tips for Parents

  • General
  • 24 Feb 2021
Free
early years
RDP

In the Resilience Development Pack, you will find that each day of the week has a theme, which supports the development of resilience.

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Resilience Development Pack Parent Resource: Daily Activity Sheet

  • General
  • 24 Feb 2021
Free
early years
RDP

This activity sheet suggests a way of noting down the things you choose to do with your child from the Resilience Development Pack.

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Resilience Development Pack Parent Resource: Weekly Diary and Weekly Diary Example

  • General
  • 24 Feb 2021
Free
early years
RDP

Use this diary to plan activities or targets for your child to practise each week. This resource includes an example of a completed diary with activities selected, comments added and notes about ‘next steps’ included.

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Understanding Dyspraxia

  • Webcasts
  • 24 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

This webinar, driven by first-person perspectives will provide a comprehensive overview of current research and understanding around dyspraxia.

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Sensory Needs in the Early Years

  • Webcasts
  • 18 Feb 2021
£50.00
early years
Webinar

This hour-long webinar explores the identification and provision for children with Sensory Needs in the Early Years.

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Summary of effective practice for SEND in PVI settings

  • General
  • 16 Feb 2021
Free
early years
PVI Setting Case Studies

This summary document outlines the findings, including some of the common identified themes, from a series of interviews conducted with Early Years settings between November 2020 and January 2021.

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Strategic Development for SENCOs Part 2 Session 2

  • Webcasts
  • 15 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

This is the second in our five-part series for more experienced SENCOs, or those who have completed Part 1 of this series, who want to continue to develop their strategic approach to SEND

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Young girl in sensory room

An introduction to sensory processing

  • Webcasts
  • 09 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

Sensory processing provides the foundation for all learning, this webinar suitable for all staff will provide delegates with a greater understanding of how sensory processing influences learning.

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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An introduction to neurodiversity

  • Webcasts
  • 09 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

This webinar, suitable for all staff, will provide an in-depth explanation of what is meant by neurodiversity and different ways of thinking and seeing the world.

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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SEND Remote Learning Reflection Questions

  • General
  • 05 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

This resource is to assist your reflection on the provision of remote learning for SEND pupils within your setting.

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Introduction to Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) 

  • Webcasts
  • 04 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

Part of Introduction to series this session, suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff, will introduce DLD, how it might be identified and some introductory ideas for support. 

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Introduction to Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN)

  • Webcasts
  • 04 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

This session, suitable for SENCOs, teachers and support staff, will introduce SLCN, how it might be identified and some introductory ideas for support.

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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An Outline of Effective Practice for SEND Provision in a PVI Setting in Northumberland

  • General
  • 04 Feb 2021
Free
early years
PVI Setting Case Studies

As part of the Early Years SENCO Partnership Project, nasen have produced 9 case studies of effective practice for SEND in PVI settings. In this case study we hear from the senior manager and SENCO of a PVI pre-school setting in Northumberland.

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Understanding Emotion Regulation

  • Webcasts
  • 02 Feb 2021
£50.00
Webinar

This course, suitable for all staff in all settings, will develop understanding of the different elements which play a role in emotion regulation

This resource is FREE with Annual Webinar Pass

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Inclusion supports better Mental Well-Being

  • General
  • 02 Feb 2021
Free

Danielle Brown, a nasen patron, talks about how inclusion can support and develop mental wellbeing

Group of EY Children reading a book with their education practitioner

An Outline of Effective Practice for SEND Provision in a PVI Setting in Birmingham

  • General
  • 02 Feb 2021
Free
PVI Setting Case Studies
early years

As part of the Early Years SENCO Partnership Project, nasen have produced 9 case studies of effective practice for SEND in PVI settings. In this case study we hear from the senior manager and SENCO of a PVI pre-school setting in Birmingham.

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SEND Data in England

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Alex Grady, Interim Head of Whole School SEND, outlines the latest data published by the Department for Education and raises some questions and points for consideration.

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Challenges of Remote Learning

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

John Salmon, from Bright Heart Education, reflects on how support for tutees had to be adopted during lockdown and how tutees responded to a new way of working.

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The Covid Crisis – a SENCOs Reflection

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Claire Race, a mainstream primary teacher shares her thoughts about the impact of lockdown on schools and pupils.

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Supporting pupil wellbeing during lockdown

  • General
  • 01 Feb 2021
Free
Covid-19

Julie Wharton, Senior Lecturer at the University of Winchester shares stories of how SENCOs and their settings supported the emotional well-being of pupils during lockdown