Collaborative Learning for SEN: the Role of the SENCO
This guidance aims to support early years providers, schools and further education to continue improving their approaches to professional learning in order to maximise the benefit to staff, the children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities they teach. The guidance exemplifies the role of the SENCO as provider or facilitator of CPD for SEN while offering advice on how nasen can support the CPD process, with an emphasis on collaborative learning.
See the ‘Collaborative Learning for SEN: Poster’ which details the process enabling you to track where you are.
View the webcast ‘Collaborative Learning for SEN: The Process’ which talks you through an overview of the process.
Download the ‘Collaborative Learning for SEN: SENCo Workbook’ designed to support you through the process. Working through this booklet will help you stay focused on what your school needs to do to improve the quality of teaching and learning for pupils with SEN.
23 May 2018 Gold Member Only
This webinar explores acquired brain injury and some practical suggestions for using effective practice to meet the needs of a child.
Checklist - 01 May 2018 Silver AND Gold Member Only
This editable checklist will help practitioners in the Early Years to see what records they need to collect for a child about whom they have emerging concerns. There is text explaining what is needed and a one-page checklist to put in a child's file to support effective record keeping.
Tool - 27 Apr 2018 Gold AND Silver Member Only
If you are a key person working in the Early Years, this flowchart will help you to structure your response to children with emerging needs. It uses a graduated approach, following 'universal', 'targeted' and 'personalised' levels of support. It would make a useful addition to your file, or print it out on A3 and put it on the staff noticeboard for everyone to refer to.