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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.
It will also cover the recent DfE guidance ‘Conducting a SEND risk assessment during the coronavirus outbreak’ released in response to assessing whether vulnerable children and young people would be safer at home or in a school setting.
The DfE ‘SEND code of practice’ statutory guidance states that all schools should have a clear approach to identifying, responding and supporting children with SEND. It also states that children must have an education, health and care (EHC) needs assessment if special educational provision is being considered.
In this webinar, SEND subject matter expert and Acting Deputy Head, Karen Pilling, discusses how schools should carry out their risk assessments and employ best practice methods. She will also explore the recent DfE guidance in response to COVID-19 and what this means for schools in the current climate.
Understanding your DfE statutory requirements and the importance of developing a culture of SEND awareness
Identifying effective risk assessment techniques and including key stakeholders
Understanding Ofsted requirements and measuring key outcomes
Recognising different special educational needs and developing comprehensive EHC plans
Developing a best practice model and avoiding common mistakes
This webinar will provide headteachers, school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants with advice on adapting and implementing teaching and learning plans to meet the needs of individual pupils after a period of remote education.
This webinar will offer headteachers, school leaders, safeguarding leads, SENDCOs and teachers with an insight into strategies to provide essential support to vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils and identify those at risk upon their return to school after a period of remote education.
This webinar, in collaboration with nasen, (the National Association for Special Educational Needs) will offer headteachers, school leaders, SENCOs, teachers and teaching assistants with an effective approach to pupil assessment, identifying knowledge gaps and implementing catch-up programmes as pupils return to school after recurrent and prolonged periods of remote education.
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