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

SEND SERVICES

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Training courses

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COVID-19 Webinars

One Education: COVID-19 Webinar series for schools - Can be viewed up to end of February 2021

Webinars will include discussion around The Recovery Curriculum, the experience of loss and isolation, how best to manage emotions as well as exploring anxiety and how to work with it using sensory activities.

COVID-19 Webinars

One Education: COVID-19 Webinar series for schools - 30 June 2020

Webinars will look at how to modify your curriculum, the best ways to use books to support children's emotional literacy and how we can help SEND pupils who have felt an impact due to COVID-19.

COVID-19 Webinars

One Education: COVID-19 Webinar series for schools - 1 July 2020

Webinars will continue; exploring how we can bridge the gap between home and school re-attachment, putting the best transition plans in place for SEND pupils, supporting autistic students back into schools post lockdown, and delving into a recovery curriculum for Looked After Children.

COVID-19 Webinars

One Education: COVID-19 Webinar series for schools - 2 July 2020

Webinars will look at safeguarding and pupil attendance during and after COVID-19, the Health & Safety essentials for re-building your school community, the changes to Payroll processes and how to maintain effective governance in challenging circumstances.

COVID-19 Webinars

One Education: COVID-19 Webinar series for schools - 3 July 2020

Webinars will explore the impact of COVID-19 on performance management, the best ways to manage ongoing HR Issues, how the equality law still applies as well as how to maintain a culture of positive wellbeing throughout the pandemic.

Webinars

OneWellbeing Webinar Series

This series of 5 webinars will guide leaders to develop, implement and assess their whole school wellbeing strategy. Offering practical advice and techniques to help you balance the needs of your staff and students.

Literacy

Literacy Conference 2020 - Virtual Conference

The fifth annual One Education Literacy Conference is sure to be a great day! The theme for #LitConf20 is ‘Literacy for All’.

Training Course

How To Be An Effective Primary Music Coordinator - 01 December 2020, 09 February 2021 & 10 March 2021

Invaluable online courses 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.

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.

Education Welfare and Safeguarding

How can we support pupils transitioning back into schools after school closures?

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Literacy

Building a Love of Reading: The Importance of a Reading Rich Environment

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School Improvement

Effective Curriculum Progression Part 2

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