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

SEND SERVICES

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Training courses

Training courses & Conferences

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Training Course

KS2 writing: Assessment Arrangements for 2020 - 24 January 2020

The training will focus on the key messages from STA and Key Stage 2 Assessment and reporting arrangements 2019.

Training Course

KS2 writing: Assessment Arrangements for 2020 - 27 January 2020

The training will focus on the key messages from STA and Key Stage 2 Assessment and reporting arrangements 2019.

Training Course

Chairs Network meetings - 30 January 2020

The Chairs network is a termly meeting which includes a briefing on the latest developments in governance and updates from the DfE. The meetings also give Chairs the opportunity to network and share experiences with other Chairs.

Training Course

SIMS – Examinations Organiser - 4 & 5 February 2020

This course is for exam officers and administrative staff with responsibility for external and internal examination entry and organisation. A working knowledge of external examination procedures is required.

Training Course

FMS6 User Training - 5 February 2020

Training and developing finance staff can be a complex task for busy schools. With One Education FMS6 user training individuals can get to grips with the day to day financial administration.

Training Course

New Governors Induction 5 February 2020

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

Training Course

SIMS School Standard Reporting – All Phases - 6 February 2020

This course is for SIMS users responsible for responding to requests for information. You should have attended a SIMS Office User course or have a good understanding of SIMS.

Training Course

Fire Safety Management in Schools 06 February 2020

There are approximately 1500 cases of attempted arson in schools each year (with 75% started deliberately) and recent scrutiny of fire safety management and building design, post Grenfell, will prompt more stringent control and competence around managing the risk of fire.

Latest Blogs

Our team of Education Professionals regularly author articles and news items. Use the link below to view these in our One Editorial Blog.

SEND

SENCo Workload Survey Update

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Literacy

National Storytelling Week 2020: Celebrate by Sharing a Story…Or Two!

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Safeguarding

Forced marriage is still happening to young people. How can we safeguard against this?

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