SEND

SEND Support

Our team recognise that every child and young person is one of a kind. We work with you to identify the needs of pupils with learning difficulties and social and emotional needs

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Why choose One Education for SEND Support

Working with individuals and groups of pupils, observation and specialist assessment, we deliver a range of interventions addressing learning needs.

One Education will also support your professional development, providing bespoke training, SENDCo Networks and a high quality annual conference. Passionate about putting children and young people first, our team is here to help you every step of the way.

The support we have received from our inclusion specialist teacher this year has been invaluable and has made a real difference to our children’s progress and love of learning.

Alison White, Headteacher
St Margaret’s CofE Primary School

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 now have knowledge which has helped me understand difficulties a child may be experiencing with language and literacy and how I can help or seek support for them.

EKLAN student

One Education

SEND Support Overview

Each child is different, they have individual needs and learn and progress at different rates. Every child has a right to have their educational needs met and fully participate in school life. Children identified as experiencing SEND will need additional support to enable them to succeed. We can work with you to identify the needs of children and young people with learning difficulties and social and emotion needs and support you to fulfil all aspects of the SEND Code of Practice (2015). Working with individuals and groups of pupils, observation and specialist assessment, we deliver a range of interventions addressing learning needs.



SEND Support

Speech and Language support

SEND Audit

SEND Support

Services

We provide an extensive range of services for schools and academies. These can be tailored to your requirements and we can provide a bespoke package incorporating one or more services.

SEND Audit


Our Specialist Inclusion Teachers will work with you to complete an audit of your current provision. This covers all areas including:

  • Your school’s current policy
  • SEND information report
  • Teaching and learning
  • Attainment and achievement
  • Attendance and pastoral care
  • Interventions
  • Any additional resources that are required

Throughout the process, we work alongside parents, pupils and agencies, Governors role and Leadership. On completion of the audit you will receive a RAG rated action plan.


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SEND Intervention programme training


Our team are experienced in training schools in a range of language, literacy and maths interventions.

This includes:

  • Fischer Family Trust wave 3 intervention
  • Boosting Reading at primary and secondary
  • Inference
  • Five minute box
  • Talking Maths

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Speech and Language Therapy Support


We can offer Speech and Language Therapy from a Speech and Language Therapist. The advantage of a therapist is their ability to offer practical in school advice that has been tried and tested as a teacher in mainstream and special schools.

Speech and Language Therapy Support includes;

  • Assessment, report and advice for individual pupils (this may be used to support a request for Statutory assessment)
  • Training staff to carry out language screening and once completed, using the results to best direct children to the correct interventions and support
  • Develop language-friendly classrooms and schools
  • Training in speech and language

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ELKLAN Speech and Language Training


ELKLAN provides a range of courses, giving information and strategies to use in and out of the classroom to develop the communication skills of all children but especially those with speech, language and communication needs.


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Training


Our training courses will develop your knowledge and increase your range of teaching approaches. Whether you wish to book places on a course or organise in-school inset or twilight sessions, we offer a comprehensive range of SEND related training. Training can be delivered to individual schools or across a cluster. Bespoke training is also available.

Our range of training includes;

  • ASD
  • EAL + SEND
  • Effective use of additional adults
  • Emotional health and wellbeing awareness training
  • Engaging parents and carers
  • Engaging pupils in decision making
  • Inference
  • Managing behaviour
  • SEND in the classroom
  • Supporting children with language difficulties
  • The Equality Act + Equality Duty
  • The SEND Code of Practice
  • Using visuals in the classroom to support all learners
  • Writing personalised plans

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Setting up procedures


Our specialist team will ensure that your systems adhere to all areas of The Code of Practice 2015.


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Identification of need


Through learning walks, observations and data, our Specialist teachers will identify groups of and/or individual pupils who may have SEND. Auditing staff needs regarding CPD to ensure that there is Quality First teaching for all pupils.


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Support EHCP applications


Our staff will provide you with all the advice and support you need to get the paperwork right.


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Provision mapping and management


Understanding of “what works” regarding intervention

We will provide your school with strategic advice and support, the ability to audit the need as well as any resources and/or training needs that are required to plan and deliver the appropriate support for your SEND pupils.

Specialist staff will also implement the use of monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure the provision is working for your pupils and cost effective for the school.


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Pupils


Our Specialist Inclusion Teachers have a wealth a knowledge in working with individuals and groups of pupils, carrying out observations and specialist assessments which ultimately leads to reports and advice for your school. We can deliver a wide range of interventions addressing individual learning needs.


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Advice to SLT, Teachers and Teaching Assistants


We offer strategic advice to your senior leadership team to best fit the use of resources in order to support SEND effectively in school. This support can include:

  • Teaching approaches
  • Differentiation
  • Personalised planning in the classroom

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SEND surgeries


Our specialists want to ensure that you feel supported throughout the process. Therefore, we have regular drop-in sessions for teachers and school staff giving them the opportunity to freely ask questions and receive advice about supporting pupils with SEND.


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Meeting and advice to parents and carers


We offer personal meetings designed to support parents in sharing their expert information on their child, and plan with school the next steps and more suitable support strategies.


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Benefits

We pride ourselves in putting children first and delivering exceptional services at affordable prices to schools. Here are some additional benefits of working with One Education.

Specialised and experienced teachers

Whole school approaches

Dual qualified Speech and Language Therapist

A SENDCo network to share good practice

Training courses

Training courses & Conferences

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Training Course

Subject Leadership - getting the best out of your curriculum - All three sessions

This NEW programme for Middle Leaders and subject leaders will explore what it means to lead a subject or a specialist area. Successful subject leaders inspire and motivate others and - at the same time - often have a full teaching timetable too.

Training Course

SIMS 7 – User Further Skills Secondary - 31 March 2020

This course is for administrative staff or data managers with responsibility for the quality of the data held in SIMS 7 for internal and school census requirements.

Training Course

SIMS 7 – End of Key Stage Assessment Seminar - 1 April 2020

An update seminar to brief you on the changes to the procedures and requirements of the statutory assessment process in 2020.

Training Course

SIMS 7 – Basic Excel and SIMS - 2 April 2020

SIMS 7 Office users: If you would like to further your skills, benefit from tips and tricks that will make your office work easier this course is for you.

Professional Qualification

MSP® (Managing Successful Programmes) Foundation and Practitioner 6th - 10th April 2020

This combined MSP® Foundation and Practitioner 5 day course will ensure that delegates acquire all the information they need to become efficient MSP® Practitioners as well as all the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to sit both exams.

Training Course

SIMS 7 – Key Stage Assessment Hands-on Training - 21 April 2020

This course is for school administrators responsible for entering and submitting end of Key Stage, EYFS and Phonics Testing data to the DfE/Local Authority

Training Course

SIMS 7 – Key Stage Assessment Hands-on Training - 22 April 2020

This course is for school administrators responsible for entering and submitting end of Key Stage, EYFS and Phonics Testing data to the DfE/Local Authority

Training Course

SIMS 7 – End of Year Seminar Primary - 28 April 2020

This course is for staff with responsibility for preparing SIMS for the new school year who are experienced users and have a good knowledge of SIMS including Pastoral Officers, Administrative Staff and Data Managers.

We can help to work alongside the SENDCo to ensure that all children are correctly assessed and help set up Provision Maps to monitor all children’s progress.

 

Once you have applied for a statutory assessment they will contact you within 6 weeks to say whether they plan to assess the child or not.

 

It is a requirements that parents are consulted on the SEND policy. One way to ensure this is to invite parents to a coffee morning. Have key questions written on flip chart paper around the room and ask parents to contribute by either telling you (and you scribe), writing directly onto the paper or adding their contributions via post it(may parents find writing directly onto the flip chart intimidating).

 

Meet the team

SEND Team Leader

Helen Marriot

Helen has spent the last 20 years working with children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in a range of settings and roles, and is now working as a Specialist Inclusion Teacher and Speech and Language Therapist at One Education.

Specialist Inclusion Teacher

Claire Pressdee

Claire is an experienced SEND trainer and consultant with over 20 years of experience. She has worked in a variety of school settings providing support, advice and training. Claire delivers training on many areas of SEND and regularly mentors SENDco’s and supports school staff and families. She is also a member of several LA’s for EHC assessments.

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