As part of our supporting learning series we are excited to introduce:
An expert on SEND provision in the mainstream
Lauren Skuse has worked with young people with SEND for over 12 years. She is an SSAT Lead SEN practitioner and has completed the National Award for SEN Coordination. The idea behind the project is to engage mainstream teachers in developing their SEN skills and experience in the classroom.
The SEND Champion Project is aimed at all mainstream school staff who want to further develop and extend their understanding of how to adapt the classroom for SEN learners. It is suitable for all stages: early years to A level. It is suitable for all staff roles leaders, teachers and support staff.
The project will run over 10 weeks between 11th Jan – 26th Feb 2021. Each week, a new 20 minute video on a different aspect of SEN, with an accompanying quiz will be released. These include entries from: Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language, a Literacy specialist and mental health professionals. The idea of each session is to help improve understanding on SEN within the classroom and strategies that you can use as a mainstream member of staff to meet these learners needs.
This course is remote and flexible
To confirm your place please complete THIS form. This course is FREE