Explore the significance of resilience in the realm of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and discover its importance for both students and educators. Learn how resilience helps students overcome challenges and educators thrive in an ever-evolving educational landscape.
Welcome to our SENCO news and updates series, where we’ll keep you up-to-date with the latest developments, trends, and best practices in the world of Special Educational Needs Coordination. If you’re a SENsible SENCO member, you get even more amazing help, advice and insights when you log in.
Explore the importance of hosting regular SEND drop-in sessions, fostering open communication, building trust, and engaging parents, pupils, and staff in the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) process. Learn how to plan and execute these sessions effectively and address challenges that may arise.
Explore the vital role of SENCOs in updating reading and spelling ages for SEN students. Learn how this data serves as a diagnostic tool, influences interventions, and informs curriculum planning. Discover the importance of collaboration and technology in the process.
Explore the significance of Awareness Weeks for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) and how schools can participate. Learn about breaking stereotypes, providing education, building empathy, and celebrating diversity. Get tips on planning and involving various stakeholders.
We’ve taken a break from our normal monthly newsletter, we’ve let Dale and the team at B Squared loose and it seems they have had some fun. They included information on Autism, how doing stuff yourself is not always the best use of your time and how to gain the best outcomes for children with SEND. It’s a great read! Also a big well done to Rebecca Banks who is our monthly winner of the SENbooks £100.
Getting your school software is right is a difficult thing to do, with so many software companies out there how do you choose which is right?
We are in a dire position. Increasing number of EHCPs dictating 1:1 for significant hours and vast time out of lesson for intervention, LA response is ‘write a costed plan’…this does not solve the problem…we CANNOT recruit.