Being a SENCO – Ginny Bootman


Dive into ‘Being a SENDCO’ by Ginny Bootman, a vital guide for Special Educational Needs Coordinators. Learn to foster trust, honesty, and empathy to support children with additional needs effectively.

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Delve into the world of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) coordination with “Being a SENDCO” by Ginny Bootman. This insightful guide offers independent thinking and practical advice to empower SENDCOs in their mission to build and solidify strong relationships among all those involved in the education and care of children with additional needs.

Ginny Bootman, a former headteacher with extensive classroom experience, now passionately serves as a SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator) at four primary schools. In this book, she shares her wisdom on how SENDCOs can cultivate enduring relationships among teachers, parents, caregivers, and outside agencies, all of whom play a vital role in supporting children with additional needs.

The core of success in working with children who have special educational needs lies in relationships built on trust, honesty, and empathy. “Being a SENDCO” focuses on these essential elements, fostering an environment where individuals can thrive both in school and at home.Being a SENDCO

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