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ELP SEN and inclusion training and network opportunities for primary schools

Here are the ELP SEN and inclusion training and network opportunities for primary schools this Summer.

Team teach training

Tailored training solutions teaching positive behaviour management strategies emphasising de-escalation and positive handling in conflict management.

Places are limited.

Venue: Ealing Education Centre

Date

Target audience

Booking link

7 June, 9am-4pm

EYFS in primary schools

Team teach training

8 June, 9am-4pm

Primary schools

Team teach training

20 June, 9am-4pm

Secondary mainstream

Team teach training

21 June, 9am-4pm

EYFS in primary schools

Team teach training

22 June, 9am-4pm

Primary schools

Team teach training

Thursday teacher twilight sessions – supporting children with additional needs

I am very pleased to say that we will be hosting some virtual teacher twilight sessions this term. They are short bite size sessions taking place after school on Thursdays from 3.45pm – 4.45pm.

If this model is successful, I will develop this model of training across the academic year.

Date

Event title

Trainer

5 May

Top Tips to support children with Autism

Dawn Clegg, Springhallow Outreach

19 May

Supporting Sensory Needs

Melanie Hogan, Castlebar Primary School

9 June

Supporting Pupils’ Self Esteem to improve learning outcomes

Philippa Le Roux, Senior Education Psychologist

23 June

Colourful Semantics

Maddy Burnett, Speech and Language Therapist

Primary

ARP leaders’ network

We invite Head teachers to attend this session

Date and time: 8 June, 1pm to 4pm

Venue: Ealing Education Centre

Go through the stock take findings, plan our next steps and celebrate good practice.

Sally King will also share the descriptors of need work that has been carried out with Special schools and discuss how we can move forward with this work with ARPs.

Booking link ARP leaders network

Primary behaviour leads network

Date and time: 19 May – 1pm to 2.30pm –

Virtual: MS Teams

This is an opportunity for behaviour leads to discuss cases causing concern, problem solve and share good practice.

Please use the link below to book a place.

Booking link Primary behaviour leads network

Primary subject leaders workshop on inclusive practice (Ofsted framework) – Repeat session

Date and time: 5 May, 1 – 3pm

Venue: Online via MS Teams

In response to feedback and requests we are repeating this session.

This workshop will provide an opportunity for Subject Leaders to reflect on inclusive QFT practice within their subject. We will share good practice, identify the next steps and actions needed to ensure their subject area is meeting the needs of all children.

Schools may send more than one subject leader to the session.

Booking link: Primary subject leaders workshop on inclusive practice (Ofsted framework) – Repeat session

Primary SENDCo network – Summer 1

28 April 2pm – 4pm – virtual

Agenda:

  • Highlight the main themes from the SEN review and consider our response
  • Sally King will join us to lead a session on the LA SEN strategy
  • MAST team will update us on the roll out of the trailblazer project
  • OT – sharing bank of universal OT activities for schools to try before/whilst waiting for referral – TBC
  • Transition – opportunity to share good practice and reflect on practice to be put in place this term.
  • Dyslexia - Following on from requests from SENCos, Alison Towers (Lead SENCo) will share some practical strategies to support children in the classroom

Booking link Primary SENDCo network – Summer 1

Primary SENDCo network – Summer 2

Date and time: 16 June, 2pm – 4pm

Venue: Ealing Education Centre

I am very pleased to say that this will be a joint session with ESCAN leads.

We will use the time to share challenges, problem solve and share what works well in a joint school and LA workshop. This is an opportunity to share your ideas and get involved in shaping the way we work together moving forward.

Booking link Primary SENDCo network – Summer 2

Meeting to explore alternative models to support inclusion in mainstream schools

Date and time: 20 June, 11am – 12midday

Venue: MS Teams

I know a few schools have been exploring alternative models to support children with additional needs, I am keen to understand these models better. Some of you have separate classes that the children access all day, others have smaller group sessions thought out the day and there are various other models. I would like to come together to discuss what you have tried, what has worked and what the challenges have been. This will support me in creating a bank of questions for schools to consider when exploring alternative models in their settings.

Book onto Meeting to explore alternative models to support inclusion in mainstream schools

For DHTs - Developing inclusive practice

Date and time: June 10, 10-11am

Venue: MS Teams

In this session we will share keys points about Inclusion from an Ofsted perspective. We will clarify your role in ensuring good inclusive provision is in place in your school.

We will consider how you work with your SENCo and teachers for every child to access the curriculum and how you ensure that parents are fully supported.

We will highlight the key messages from the SEN review and what this means for leaders of learning.

Book onto For DHTs - Information session on the DHTs role in developing inclusive practice

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Last updated: 08 Jun 2022