This guide aims to: - set out the key principles underpinning successful transition from one educational setting to another and into training or employment for children and young people with SEND - suggest some practical approaches to supporting a smooth transition at different stages in the education process - examine processes for transition planning and review in secondary schools - identify what schools and disabled young people themselves can do to smooth the transition
Understanding the eye care and vision needs of pupils with special educational needs and disabilities
Information - 11 Jun 2018
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.
Guidance - 05 Mar 2018
This useful info graphic poster from the March 2018 edition of nasen Connect, outlines 9 simple steps that schools can take to help them become more trauma informed. This is to better support those children and young people that may have had Adverse Childhood Experiences. Text by Becky White from Adoption UK, https://www.adoptionuk.org/