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Handbooks

SEN Resources

The ‘SENCO Handbook’ is an indispensable resource for anyone involved in the education and support of students with Special Educational Needs (SEN). This comprehensive guide is crafted to provide an in-depth understanding of SEN, covering a wide range of topics from identification and assessment to intervention strategies and inclusive teaching practices. Whether you’re an experienced educator seeking to refine your approach, a newly appointed SENCO looking for guidance, or a parent aiming to better support your child’s educational journey, the SENCO Handbook offers valuable insights, practical advice, and proven strategies to enhance the learning experience for SEN students. Dive into chapters that explore the latest research, policy updates, and collaborative models for effective SEN support, all designed to empower you with the knowledge to make a positive impact.

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SENCO Resilience: Balancing Responsibilities and Self-Care

SENCO Resilience: Balancing Responsibilities and Self-Care

In the world of education, there are few roles as demanding and rewarding as that of a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO). This role requires an individual to be a master juggler, balancing the needs of students with special educational requirements...

Fostering Student Resilience: Strategies for Success in the Classroom

Fostering Student Resilience: Strategies for Success in the Classroom

In a world where change is as constant as my love for tea, resilience has become an essential life skill. It's particularly crucial for students with Special Educational Needs (SEN), who often face unique challenges that can test their mettle to its core. This article...

SEN Funding Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

SEN Funding Myths: Separating Fact from Fiction

Welcome, dear readers, to another enlightening journey through the world of Special Educational Needs (SEN). Today, we're here to tackle a topic that often leaves teachers, parents, and even some educators scratching their heads: SEN funding. It's a subject that's...

Keeping Up with Qualifications and Certifications in SEND

Keeping Up with Qualifications and Certifications in SEND

Envision a library. Not just any library, but one dedicated entirely to SEND qualifications and certifications. Over time, like any library, the books start to age, some information becomes outdated, and new editions are released. Our task? To ensure our library is...

Engaging with Your SEND Governor

Engaging with Your SEND Governor

Engaging with Your SEND GovernorPicture this: You're Sherlock Holmes, navigating the intricate web of SEND, and who better to be your Dr. Watson than the SEND Governor? Ah, but unlike dear Watson, our Governors might not always be at our immediate beck and call. With...

Understanding Your SEND Budget

Understanding Your SEND Budget

Hello there, fellow navigators of the winding paths of SEN paperwork! I must say, there are times when I think my SEND budget is like my favourite chocolate biscuit - I understand its importance, but when I reach for it, I'm often left wondering where it's all gone....

Participating in Awareness Weeks: A Guide

Participating in Awareness Weeks: A Guide

Imagine you're entering a marathon – only to realise your laces are tied together, making the race daunting, if not impossible. Similarly, our SEND students might feel the strain of standardised examination setups. Examination Access Arrangements (EAA) are those vital...

B Squared for Measuring Progress- Abigail Hawkins reviews

B Squared for Measuring Progress- Abigail Hawkins reviews

Should we consider B Squared? Abigail Hawkins gives an overview of why B Squared is great for measuring progress. Measuring progress and data analysis is something we all have to do as SENCOs, showing that an intervention is having an impact is one of the guiding...

SENCO Handbook Resources

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Podcasts

The SENDCast
- Dale Pickles
Broad & Balanced Curriculum with Carol Allen & John Galloway

This week Dale is joined by Carol Allen & John Galloway to discuss the pro's and con's of a fixed curriculum. The post Broad & Balanced Curriculum with Carol Allen [...]

- Dale Pickles
SENCO Time Management with Kate Browning

In this week’s podcast, Dale Pickles from B Squared is joined by Kate Browning to discuss SENCO time management, with a focus on primary schools. The post SENCO Time Management [...]