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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.

All About Dyslexia & the new definition of Dyslexia

All About Dyslexia & the new definition of Dyslexia

Join us for this informative webinar to explore the new definition of dyslexia and how it impacts reading, spelling, and other skills. Led by dyslexia specialist Louise Selby, you’ll gain insights into identifying key challenges and the latest evidence-based strategies for effective assessment and intervention. This session empowers SENCOs with practical tools and tailored approaches to better support dyslexic learners and foster a more inclusive educational environment.

Boosting Speech Therapy in Secondary Schools

Boosting Speech Therapy in Secondary Schools

This webinar delves into the crucial role of speech therapy in secondary schools, addressing the unique challenges and opportunities for enhancing communication skills among students. Discover practical strategies for creating a supportive learning environment that accommodates speech and language needs.

The Future of SEN & SENCOs with Abigail Hawkins

The Future of SEN & SENCOs with Abigail Hawkins

Abigail Hawkins delves into the future of Special Educational Needs (SEN), discussing systemic changes, challenges with current practices, and the impact of policy shifts. Gain insights into improving SEN systems and supporting inclusive education.

Building a Winning Team as a SENCO – Strategies for Collaboration

Building a Winning Team as a SENCO – Strategies for Collaboration

Explore essential SENCO strategies for optimal staff collaboration in our latest blog. Discover leadership styles, practical tools, and real-world case studies designed to build and manage effective educational teams. Perfect for new and experienced SENCOs aiming to enhance team dynamics and student outcomes.

SENsible Magazine April 2024

SENsible Magazine April 2024

Welcome to this special edition of the SENsible Magazine, dedicated to Speech and Language! This April 2024 issue is packed with expert advice, strategies, and resources tailored for SENCOs supporting primary and secondary students.

Empowering SEN Support: Key Strategies for OFSTED

Empowering SEN Support: Key Strategies for OFSTED

Discover expert insights into Special Educational Needs (SEN) support, including phonics for non-speaking learners, enhancing SEND information on school websites, and practical advice for educators in our comprehensive webinar recap. Join us for an enlightening journey into making education accessible and effective for all students.

Executive Functioning – Neurodivergent Traits

Executive Functioning – Neurodivergent Traits

Explore the intricacies of executive functioning with Victoria Bagnall, a leading voice in neuroscience and education. This webinar delves into the challenges and strategies related to executive function skills, offering SENCOs a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding and enhance their approach to supporting neurodivergent children. Learn from real-world insights and practical strategies to foster a culture of neuro-inclusion in your educational setting.

The Value of Reflective Pauses in Special Needs Learning

The Value of Reflective Pauses in Special Needs Learning

Discover the significance of incorporating reflective pauses in special needs education. Explore how these pauses enhance information processing, encourage self-assessment, promote metacognition, and empower students with special educational needs (SEN) to become active participants in their learning journey.