Supporting pupils with Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)
This guide aims to: - help the SENCO in establishing a consistent whole-school approach to meeting the needs of pupils with dyslexia - support all teachers and support staff in developing a dyslexia-friendly learning environment - develop teaching and learning strategies that make the curriculum accessible to learners with dyslexia - suggest resources which SENCOs and teachers can access to support pupils’ learning and help them develop coping strategies.
Other - 11 Jul 2017 Paid Member Only
Schools have an important role to play in promoting social and emotional wellbeing and in responding to mental health difficulties in their pupils. Here are links to several tools which schools could use to support them in this work.
Guidance - 23 May 2017 Paid Member Only
This resource has questions for school governors or trustees to ask their SENCO and other senior executive leaders about SEND.
Guidance - 03 Mar 2017
2E ('twice exceptional') children are those children with SEND who are also exceptionally able in a particular area; these children's needs are often not identified and met, which means that we may be missing out on their talents and potential. This article, originally published in 'Special' in September 2016, looks into this area in more detail, including nasen's links with Professor Stephen Hawking.