Provision Mapping – Approach It, Map it, Manage it!

£10.00

Members pay: £6.00

Approach It, Map It, Manage It by Abigail Hawkins is a comprehensive guide that explores the use of the Graduated Response framework in the context of special educational needs (SEN). This book offers valuable insights and practical strategies for educators and professionals involved in SEN provision. With a focus on Provision Mapping and Management, the author presents real-life examples from her experience, making it accessible and relatable for readers. Whether you’re an SEN practitioner or someone interested in understanding how to effectively support learners with special educational needs, this book provides a valuable resource

Full Description

Approach It, Map It, Manage It by Abigail Hawkins is a comprehensive guide that explores the use of the Graduated Response framework in the context of special educational needs (SEN). This book offers valuable insights and practical strategies for educators and professionals involved in SEN provision. With a focus on Provision Mapping and Management, the author presents real-life examples from her experience, making it accessible and relatable for readers. Whether you're an SEN practitioner or someone interested in understanding how to effectively support learners with special educational needs, this book provides a valuable resource

Abigail Hawkins

Abigail has been a classroom teacher and SENDCO for more than 25 years. During that time she has worked in a wide variety of settings and across age ranges 2 to adult.

Whilst originally training as a science teacher, she has spent the majority of her career teaching children with poor literacy skills and special educational needs.

Other hats worn across the years include Co-ordinator for PP, EAL, LAC, Family Learning, Assessment, (a whole variety of subjects including Science, Literacy, DT, IT, History, Music and Maths), Designated Safeguarding Lead, Chief First-Aider and NQT Mentor. The only mainstream subject to have not appeared on her timetable (within primary, secondary or FE) at some point has been...nope, can't think of one, although SLT once regretted asking her to teach art to 9-year-olds!

Abigail loves working with schools and families around supporting young people with special educational needs.

The SENDCOs SENDCO

This website uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you accept our use of cookies.