Ensuring pupils who have SEND achieve the best possible outcomes
18 September 2020
Participants will have the opportunity to review their current provision for its pupils who have special educational needs and disabilities. Underpinned by the EEF research ‘Special Educational Need in Mainstream Schools’ will explore some of the findings from the report and evaluate their provision accordingly.
A variety of self-evaluative toolkits will be disseminated and participants will have the opportunity to examine the latest pedagogical and curricular implications for pupils who have SEND.
- Ensure the curriculum is ambitious and helps create a positive and supportive environment for all pupils with SEND.
- Explore how teachers can adapt the way they teach to ensure pupils with SEND can access the curriculum fully achieving the best outcomes they can
- Use a toolkit that will support robust self-evaluation of the provision for pupils who have SEND.
- Have a better understanding of how the provision for pupils with SEND is undertake through the ‘deep dive’ process
- Engage with latest research that will support leaders and practitioners in school
- Consider a range of ways to complement high quality teaching with carefully selected small-group and one-to- one interventions phase
- Explore ways that TAs can be effectively deployed to ensure their work has the best impact on pupils academic, pastoral, behavioural and emotional outcomes
- Network with fellow colleagues sharing good practice and approaches to manage workload
- Identify next steps for improvement
Aimed at All schools, Heads, senior leaders, SENCOs, middle leaders, department leaders, leaders, teachers
Session 1 (18/09/2020 08:45 - 15:30 session)
|Seminar Host||Seminar Name||Seminar Schedule|
|Paul Longden||Ensuring pupils who have SEND achieve the best possible outcomes||18/09/2020 08:45 - 15:30|