Every Teacher is a Teacher of SEND

This is an exciting opportunity for teachers from primary, secondary and special schools to access a programme of webinars, which will be delivered by highly experienced SEND education experts and professionals from a range of educational backgrounds. Providing teachers with a clearer understanding of what is meant by the term Special Educational Needs and not only their statutory obligations as teachers, but also aimed at building their confidence in how to meet the various special educational needs of the children they teach within the everyday context of their classrooms.

These webinars will be an opportunity for teachers to reflect on and explore the components that support the inclusive classroom – meaningful curriculum sequencing and delivery; inclusive pedagogy; an enabling learning environment; embedded universal approaches; adaptive expertise.

Throughout the webinars the graduated approach (assess-plan-do-review) and its application within the classroom setting will be shown as a platinum thread.

Each webinar will focus on a particular aspect of Special Educational Needs, which when experienced with the others on offer will empower practitioners to feel fully able to support students in their classrooms.

 

Tuesday 8th March 2022 3:45pm-5:15pm

Statutory Responsibilities of all teachers with regards to SEND – Delivered by Jane Starbuck the Education Improvement Advisor (SEND) at Nottinghamshire County Council and NASEN Deputy Regional SEND Lead for the East Midlands, South Yorkshire and the Humber.

This the first webinar focuses on The Code of Practice, the graduated response, SEND funding and the National data, with regards to SEN Support and Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs).

This webinar provides teachers with a clear explanation of their legal responsibilities around SEND.

 

Tuesday 26th April 2022 3:45pm-5:15pm

Every Teacher is a Teacher of SEND – Delivered by Jane Starbuck the Education Improvement Advisor (SEND) at Nottinghamshire County Council and NASEN Deputy Regional SEND Lead for the East Midlands, South Yorkshire and the Humber.

This second webinar delivered by Jane Starbuck focuses on Quality First Teaching, EEF research and how teachers can support children with SEND and how they can work effectively with the SENCO in their own educational settings.

 

Tuesday 24th May 2022 3:45pm-5:15pm

The Inclusive Classroom – Delivered by Daniel Sobel. Daniel Sobel is a former SENCO and senior leader and the founder of Inclusion Expert, a leading educational consultancy which has worked with 10,000 schools in the UK and abroad. He has provided consultation for the Department for Education, governments abroad and the United Nations. Daniel is the author of Narrowing the Attainment Gap, Leading on Pastoral Care and most recently The Inclusive Classroom.

This webinar focuses on adaptive approaches and the inclusive classroom. Daniel will be sharing practical approaches which teachers can take away and use back in their own classrooms

Dates: 
Session 1 – Tuesday 8 March 2022
Session 2 – Tuesday 26 April 2022
Session 3 – Tuesday 24 May 2022

Location: Virtual

Duration: All sessions will be 15:45 – 17:15

Cost: £75/free to Associated Partners

 

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