Excellence in SEN 2019

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Headteacher Update's Excellence in SEN 2019 16-page supplement offers practical advice and examples to help teachers and school leaders support their SEN learners...

The annual Excellence in SEN supplement offers advice ranging from classroom practice, identifying student needs and Pupil Premium overlaps, to guidance on the roles of the SENCO and named SEN governor...

Topics for 2019 include:

  • Rethinking the SEN labels in your classroom – a diagnosis is only a signpost on the way to effective provision. Practical advice for in the classroom.
  • Supporting your SENCOs – how school leaders can help SENCOs to play a central role in our schools.
  • Starting out as SENCO – advice, ideas and approaches to help those new to the SENCO role.
  • The named governor for SEND – a look at what the role entails and how to support and challenge your school and SENCO to ensure effective practice.
  • Pupil Premium – with clear links between Pupil Premium and SEN, we look at identifying need and working with parents.
  • Case study – Kingsley St John Primary School has adopted a range of approaches to support its students living with autism.

To download a free pdf of this 16-page supplement, click on the button above.

For more SEN best practice guidance and case studies, be sure to check out Headteacher Update magazine every month and our regular weekly updates online.


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