Teach Secondary had five categories at the heart of secondary teaching and learning – curriculum impact, assessment, safeguarding, SEND and CPD – and compiled a shortlist of 30 finalists; six per category.
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This webinar is for school heads, SENCOs, SEN teaching assistants and teachers working directly with pupils with SEND. It will provide you with a description of the most common types of SEN in the classroom and offer practical strategies for support. It will also provide new and innovative approaches that can be used to help support students whilst they are in the classroom.
The types of difficulties covered by SEN.
Defining different types SEN and exploring the signs teachers should look for.
Strategies for supporting children with SEN.
The different physical needs of children and how to support them.
10 tips for supporting all children with SEN.
Good informationrecommended to colleaguesSamantha Phillips, - Simon Langton Girls' Grammar School
Behaviour and mental healthGood for recapping on strategies of what works for children and adults.Christine Crawford, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
Innovative strategies in Addressing complex SEN needsThis was an extremely informative webinar on classroom strategies to support the increasing needs of some very vulnerable children with additional needs. Every Teacher needs to watch this!Karen Baker, Support staff - Fawbert & Barnard's Primary School
really informative webinar!Even though I have been a teacher for 18 years I have picked up several tips from this webinar in relation to supporting students with SEN in my classroom.Carolyn Hedley, - University Academy Holbeach
Very informative.I really enjoyed this webinar.Maryam Sabzevar, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Complex Special Educational Needs. Enjoyed this informative and interesting subject.I work with children on a one to one basis. This made perfect sense to me and will enable me to improve my own work by using some of these strategies. Thank youSusannah Routledge, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Great webinar!Very informative and easy to watch. This has improved my knowledge and I'm looking forward to using these skills in school.Chantelle Whaley, Support staff - Pike Fold Community Primary School
Useful and amazingIn just one hour and 15 minutes, the amount of information, strategies and tips has been incredibly useful. It has been one of the best courses/ webinars \I've ever done. Thank you Karen PillingSusana Gols Moreno, TA - Allerton Church of England Primary School
Strategies in addressing Complex needs and disabilities (SEND)Very comprehensive and thorough presentation that was delivered in an easy to follow style. Lots of helpful suggestions and tips to support working with students.James Hutchinson, - Ian Ramsey Church of England Academy
learning difficulties and how to support those pupilsthis Webinar provide a broad range of learning difficutlies that you will experience within schools, outlining what they are, what impacts it has them and how we can support them in class. Effective strategies of support that will ensure they learning at their own pace and that their mental health is not compromised.jenny sparrow, - Park Community Academy
This was a fantastic webinar, the speaker was engaging and fluent and covered a huge range of difficulties and some very useful strategies to help in the classroom.Julie Cubitt, Support staff - Fakenham Infant and Nursery School
Interesting and informative SEND overviewI enjoyed the session and was pleased that there was both an outline of what the different SEND areas were plus actual strategies that could be implemented. I was impressed that there was an awareness of how hard it can be to provide access to all students (especially at secondary school) but the high expectations of what we may be able to achieve.Jane Wicks, Teacher - Ormiston Sudbury Academy
Would recommend this to any practitioner interested or working with SEN pupilsA very helpful webinar that covers lots of information on SEN and shares useful first hand applications and strategies. The speaker was also brilliant at conveying the information and the visuals were very useful for processing info and taking notes.Niamh Quinlivan, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
ExcellentReally useful information given in a clear and concise way with some brilliant strategies and tips from a leading expert and experienced practitioner.Lisa Oldreive, - Court Moor School
Informative, based on experience and interestingWell planned out and informative- good for a refresher or to gain a basic understanding of differenet SENDMelanie Frost, Learning Support Assistant - Cranbrook School
Highly recommendedVery Good webinar. Highly useful as a T.A and parent of a child who has ASD. A lot of the techniques I am currently using at home and implementing at work, which is showing positive effects and helping to build on relationships with children with additional needs!Tahrima Siddique, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Innovative strategies in addressing complex special educational needs and disabilitiesFantastic resource. This is definitely a webinar to watch. Full of tips and strategies and very practical.Janette Heath, LSA - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
Complex special needsA great refresher course, useful strategies to try.Dawn Swales, Support staff - Burlington Junior School
Strategies for SENDA lot of information in a short space of time, but very informative. Most strategies I use already, but there are more that I will certainly try when back in school.Chris Foster, support staff - Grove Street Primary School and Nursery School
Strategies to help SEND students with complex needsASD Triad of Impairment is very interesting and useful. ‘Know the child’ is vital strategy for autistic students. Managing any change sensitively is so important. Excellent practical strategies discussed. This is really helpful. Being aware of how SEND students may present and behave is so important for the class teacher so teacher response can be appropriate. Often this is not ‘just’ a naughty child but a child trying to cope. ‘Behaviour is a language.’ What is the child trying to tell you? Love the concept of ‘fair directed choice.’ Frequent checking in with students who have ADHD gives them attention without them having to misbehave to get attention. An excellent webinar and a real insight into the issues that some SEND students have to cope with on a daily basis.Richard Stroud, - The Forest High School
Karen Pilling SENCOReally enjoyed this Webinar. It was very informative. I especially found the signs and strategies information really helpful.Katrina Austwick, - Aston Academy
Innovative strategies in addressing complx special needs and disabilities.The information was clear, interesting and informative.Tulin Kemal, - Lancasterian Primary School
Thank youThe speaker in the Innovative Strategies In Addressing Complex Special Educational Needs And Disabilities (SEND) Was very knowledgeable and calm in her delivery. Her synopses were very good and it was really aimed at practicalities. Well done!m watts, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
InformativeClear information and informative. Easy to understand.Wendy Cherrington, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Innovative Strategies in Addressing Complex SEN Needs and DisabilitiesThis webinar was informative and offered many specific and useful strategies for supporting children with additional needs in the classroom. It is a great ‘refresher’ for updating knowledge about strategies I’ve used in the past. Thank you,Deborah O'Farrell, SEN Teaching Assistant - St Edburg's Church of England (VA) School
Wide Range of StrategiesVery informative Webinar. The strategies given were explained clearly with lots of examples to take back to the classroom.Kathleen Tekiner, - Lancasterian Primary School
Lockdown TrainingI have enjoyed using this facility to complete training whilst on Lockdown. It has proved interesting and offers me a purpose and direction to what can seem pointless days.Rosemary Solly, - Lancasterian Primary School
Brilliant, informative webinar!This webinar is super informative and all the information is given in an accessible way and provides strategies to SEND needs that you may not have previously tried or considered.Chloé Reynolds-Allen, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
UsefulVery interesting and useful informations. Thank youJustyna Guldzinska, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
very usefulvery useful informationSelina Howell, - Phoenix Primary & Secondary School
SEND- innovative strategiesThis was informative, engaging and delivered by a highly skilled and experienced specialist in the field.Kate Sutton, Teacher - Burlington Junior School
I enjoyed this webinar very much. A lot of useful information.As I am new to the collage, I really enjoy it, looking forward to the next webinar!Karen Godfrey, Support staff - Pield Heath House School
Very interesting and informative. Clear voice and no distractions.This has given me some good and easy to implement strategies that can be tried.Annette Andrews, Learner - The National CofE Academy
Very goodHas a new learner to college I really enjoyed the webinar, looking forward to the next oneJacky Mason, Support staff - Pield Heath House School
interestingvery interesting webinar with good well explained strategies that will be easy to implement in the classroomDonna Sadraoui, Support Staff - Castle Hill Primary School
Complex Educational Needs and DisabilitesI found this webinar to be very informative. The pace was set at just about the right level making it easy to follow and understand. I was really impressed with how easy it was to access.Sharon Parsons, Teaching Assistant - University Academy Holbeach
This webinar will provide school leaders, SENCOs, SEN teaching assistants and teachers working with children with SEND to understand how to conduct best practice SEND risk assessments.
In this video update we discuss what this guidance means for parents and carers. He will offer advice around implementation and simple steps they can take to support their children’s mental health as best they can during this difficult period.
FREE: This webinar provides school leaders, headteachers and mental health leads with practical advice and guidance around supporting the wellbeing of their school community during self-isolation.
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