This webinar is aimed at support staff delivering interventions. It will offer an opportunity for support staff to consider the components of implementing effective interventions, including training, planning, delivery, links to the classroom and evaluation. There will be some delivery of information and ideas, but the time will mainly be available to discuss any questions and offer each other advice and support. It links with the webinar series on using interventions to support pupils with SEND
Webinar - An Introduction to Using Interventions to Support Children & Young People with SEND Part 2
Presented by Alex Grady, Education Development Officer at nasen, this webinar will be the second in a series looking at the effective use of interventions. This webinar will focus on effective implementation, asking two key questions: how can you ensure that the intervention you have chosen or designed will have the impact you need, and what do you need to do to support your staff so that this happens? This webinar is available to Gold and Silver members.
Presented by Michael Surr, Education Development Officer at nasen. In this webinar we will explore the principles of person centred practice including the importance the SEND code of practice places upon them and how they can have a positive impact on practice. We will then look at a selection of practical tools that will help you to begin working in a person centred way. This webinar is only available to Gold members.
Webinar - An introduction to using interventions to support pupils with SEND. Part 1 - How to Choose
Presented by Alex Grady, Education Development Officer at nasen. The first in a series, this webinar will explore some of the factors that should be considered when choosing effective interventions to support pupils with a range of SEND. This webinar is only available to Gold members.
With the introduction of the new ALN and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill there will be a new system which will replace the existing legislation surrounding special educational needs. The proposed legislation, in which the term ‘additional learning needs’ will replace ‘special educational needs’ will create a simpler, more streamlined legislative process to support children with ALN. It will include the introduction of an Individual Development Plan which will make sure the individual’s rights to