Inclusion News

Inclusion News is a half-termly, cross-County publication produced in partnership with Northamptonshire County Council.  The most recent editions can be downloaded here:


 


SEND Training & Development Meetings 

Our SEND Training and Development meetings run every fortnight on Tuesdays. These are a one-stop shop for school SENCos and staff with an interest in SEND and Inclusion. 

We cover a range of topics, with recent sessions focussing on:

  • Supporting Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Annual Reviews
  • Online Learning
  • Provision Mapping
  • Person Centred Practice

There is a small charge of £10pp for these sessions and they are currently taking place online via Microsoft Teams. To book your place, please click here.

Upcoming Sessions

Tuesday 13th April 5-6pm

Focus: How to you distinguish between a special educational need and the impact of COVID?

As children return to the classroom, it is expected that the majority of them will have taken a few steps backwards in their progress and development, however, how can you identify if this is just the impact of a long period of home learning and not an emerging special education need.

This session is an opportunity to discuss with mainstream colleagues, share resources and ask the advice of our Leading SENCos on strategies to support children back into education.

https://fairfieldstsa.org.uk/cpd-and-training/events/all-cpd-and-training/send/send-training-development-12


Resources

SEN Information Reports

An example SEN Information report: SEN Information Report - Boothville

SEND Policy

An example SEN Policy: SEN Policy - Spring Lane Primary

Reconnecting Curriculum

Our wonderful Leading SENCos have put together this presentation on a reconnecting curriculum, free for schools to access:

 

July 2019 Inclusion Network Resources:

 

Inclusion News

Inclusion News is a half-termly, cross-County publication produced in partnership with Northamptonshire County Council.  The most recent editions can be downloaded here:


 


SEND Training & Development Meetings 

Our SEND Training and Development meetings run every fortnight on Tuesdays. These are a one-stop shop for school SENCos and staff with an interest in SEND and Inclusion. 

We cover a range of topics, with recent sessions focussing on:

  • Supporting Mental Health & Wellbeing
  • Annual Reviews
  • Online Learning
  • Provision Mapping
  • Person Centred Practice

There is a small charge of £10pp for these sessions and they are currently taking place online via Microsoft Teams. To book your place, please click here.

Upcoming Sessions

Tuesday 13th April 5-6pm

Focus: How to you distinguish between a special educational need and the impact of COVID?

As children return to the classroom, it is expected that the majority of them will have taken a few steps backwards in their progress and development, however, how can you identify if this is just the impact of a long period of home learning and not an emerging special education need.

This session is an opportunity to discuss with mainstream colleagues, share resources and ask the advice of our Leading SENCos on strategies to support children back into education.

https://fairfieldstsa.org.uk/cpd-and-training/events/all-cpd-and-training/send/send-training-development-12


Resources

SEN Information Reports

An example SEN Information report: SEN Information Report - Boothville

SEND Policy

An example SEN Policy: SEN Policy - Spring Lane Primary

Reconnecting Curriculum

Our wonderful Leading SENCos have put together this presentation on a reconnecting curriculum, free for schools to access:

 

July 2019 Inclusion Network Resources:

 

SEND Resources for Teachers

 

SEND RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS 

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

Website: https://www.annafreud.org/media/11160/supporting-schools-and-colleges.pdf

Description: a downloadable guide to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of pupils and students during periods of disruption.

 

Do2Learn (USA)

Website: https://do2learn.com/

Description: a range of downloadable resources grouped by theme. Themes include: social skills, songs and games, and picture cards.

 

Inclusive Teach

Website: https://inclusiveteach.com/free-printable-sen-teaching-resources/

Description: downloadable teaching resources to support pupils with SEND.

 

PMLD thematic units – from the Northern Ireland Curriculum

Website: http://www.nicurriculum.org.uk/curriculum_microsite/SEN_PMLD_thematic_units/index.asp

Description: comprehensive guidance on themed activities for learners with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD). A full sensory curriculum is offered.

 

Priory Woods School

Website: http://www.priorywoods.middlesbrough.sch.uk/page/?title=Resources&pid=3

Description: resources from an award-winning, innovative school, rated by Ofsted as outstanding and put together by SEND teachers. The resources include apps and programmes.

 

SEND Gateway

Website: https://www.sendgateway.org.uk/whole-school-send/find-wss-resources/nqt-videos.html

Description: A range of SEND guidance videos created in collaboration with the Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY) in addition to many other experts within the sector. Aimed at Newly Qualified Teachers (NQTs).

 

SENict Activities

Website: https://www.ianbean.co.uk/senict-members-resource-portal

Description: downloadable activities aimed particularly at Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and Severe Learning Difficulties (SLD) learners.

 

SEN Teacher

Website: https://www.senteacher.org/

Description: downloadable resources that can be adapted to suit the needs of pupils. Resources are aimed at a range of abilities.

 

Speech and Language Kids

Website: https://www.speechandlanguagekids.com/free-speech-language-resources/

Description: a range of education and therapy resources for speech and language problems. A podcast is also available on iTunes for verbal and non-verbal children.

 

Teaching Students with Visual Impairments

Website: https://www.teachingvisuallyimpaired.com/

Description: a range of downloadable resources to support blind and visually impaired pupils.

 

UCL Centre for Inclusive Education

Website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/departments-and-centres/centres/centre-inclusive-education/homeschooling-children-send/managing-transition-home-schooling

Description: a guide to help parents adjust to remote learning by providing advice and links to resources.

 

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