SEND

Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

We support education professionals to develop positive strategies when dealing with children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities through a wide range of services.

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Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Children and young people all learn in different ways and at different speeds, however some children may require additional support to help them to learn and develop the same way as other children in their class.

The SEND Code of Practice states ‘A child or young person has SEN if they have a learning difficulty or disability which calls for special educational provision to be made, namely provision different from or additional to that normally available to pupils of the same age.’

Our belief is that every child deserves the best possible education and our range of services have been developed to support all young people.

Many children and parents have benefited from the vast amount of knowledge the inclusion specialist came with. The impact on our schools SEND provision has been amazing. Thank you!

Tom Denton, SENDCo
Heald Place Primary School

I would like to say how impressed we are with our specialist Dyslexia teacher. She has a great rapport with the children, she is communicating with staff and providing them with strategies to implement in class for children she works with and she is really hard working and knowledgeable. Thanks again for allocating her to our school.

Jane Parker, Headteacher
Clement's Primary School

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Training courses

Training courses & Conferences

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New to Teaching Network Meeting- 21 October 2019

As a highlighted area in the Ofsted Handbook, CPD for NQTs is of paramount importance. The new to teaching networks provide support and training for NQTs and those teachers who are in the early stages of their careers.

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SIMS – School Workforce Census Seminar (All Phases) - 05 November 2019

This course is for Data Managers, School Administrators, HR Officers, Personnel Officer who wish to learn about the maintenance and management of staff contracts in SIMS.

Training Course

HCSS Budgeting User Training - 06 November 2019

Staying on top of your finances can be a complex task for busy schools. With One Education HCSS Budgeting user training you can get to grips with your schools budget management.

Training Course

High School Music network 7 November 2019

High School Network meetings give you an opportunity to meet with colleagues, share good practice and find out about opportunities available in partnership with MyHub – the music education hub for the City of Manchester.

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New Governors Induction 12 November 2019

Becoming a governor can be a daunting experience. This training is designed to meet the needs of new governors.

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How to be an effective primary music coordinator - 12 November 2019.

An invaluable course for Primary Music Coordinators who are new to the role and need support and guidance on how to manage and lead music through their school setting.

Training Course

SIMS: Pupil Premium- All Phases - 12 November 2019

This course is for Data Managers and School Administrators who want to explore the process of importing data from Key to Success website and maintaining Pupil Premium data to SIMS.

Training Course

SIMS - Management of Behavior and Achievement - 13 November 2019

This course is for staff with pastoral or administrative responsibilities for monitoring student behavior and achievement and who have a basic knowledge of SIMS.

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