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This webinar, delivered by nasen, the leading organisation supporting professionals working in the field of SEND, will provide senior leaders, SENDCOs, teaching staff and teaching assistants with practical advice and guidance on how they can support pupils with SEND on their return to school in September 2020.
The prolonged period away from school due to COVID-19 will have affected every child in a different way. For children with SEND, the potential impact is likely to be greater and schools should be developing a reintegration strategy that is reflective of their needs and helps them to thrive in a natural learning environment.
In this webinar, Alex Grady, Education Officer for nasen, will explore the different areas of potential impact that children with SEND are likely to have experienced and what schools can do to ensure a smooth transition.
Disclaimer: Due to the nature of the current climate and in light of ongoing government policy review, please continue to check the latest DfE guidance on COVID-19 here.
Understanding the impact of lockdown on children and young people with SEND and the key areas of potential impact.
Recognising the wellbeing, development, social and academic needs of children and young people with SEND and assessing the impact.
Identifying what is meant by ‘transition’ and delivering a more tailored approach based on the context around each pupil.
Understanding how to develop smooth transition strategies and the importance of effective communication, establishing new routines and targets for EHCP and SEN support plans.
Recognising what can be done beyond transition and providing ongoing support to ensure positive changes for pupils for SEND.
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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