SEND Reviewer training

EVENT - 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM, 27 June 2018

Uncommon, 1 Long Ln, London, SE1 4PG

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The SEND Review Guide. Part-funded by the Department for Education and developed in partnership with outstanding schools and leading third sector organisations, the SEND Review guide aims to improve outcomes for learners with SEND by establishing a free, standardised framework for evaluating provision.

The SEND Review Guide is based on the Pupil Premium Review and can be used by schools to audit their own SEND provision or as part of a programme of school to school support.
To maximise the benefits of the SEND Review guide we offer a day long training session. This training will provide practical support for you to be able to conduct a review in your own setting or a fellow setting.
The morning session focuses on how to prepare for the day of the review itself, approaches to gathering evidence on the day of the review and good practice in providing feedback and reporting. Following this, the afternoon session focuses on how to provide effective coaching for follow-up visits and support.
Please email if you have any further questions. 

What is Whole School SEND?

The Whole School SEND Consortium (Whole School SEND) is a coalition of school, school leaders, teachers, SENDCos, parents, young people and third sector organisations dedicated to improving outcomes for learners with SEND.
The Consortium is hosted by NASEN, in partnership with the IOE and works with the National Education Trust, Teaching School Alliances, Multi-Academy Trusts, Whole Education, the Council for Disabled Children, The Communication Trust, the Autism Education Trust, Driver Youth Trust, the National Association of Special Schools, National Association of Parent Carer Forums and many more. To take the Whole School SEND pledge and join the community for free go to