Welcome to the SEND Gateway, an online portal offering education professionals free, easy access to high quality information, resources and training for meeting the needs of children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
Bright Futures School use a relationship-based social communication approach to support pupils with autism. Pupils become more able to engage with the academic and social curriculum, they are happy and challenging behaviours are greatly reduced.
This communication profile is used to inform all staff and volunteers who enter the classroom and work with individual pupils with additional needs. It is developed in collaboration with all adults who are key to the pupil and with the pupil themselves. The outcome for the pupil is that their needs are met in all areas which allows them to have better access to the curriculum and make more progress.This is then reviewed on a regular basis to ensure all information is accurate and up to date.
Continuing professional development is crucial to nurturing those skills needed to meet the needs of vulnerable children and young adults and can be can be achieved through a variety of methods such as seminars, workshops, exhibitions and training days. Broaden your knowledge base and help yourself to the latest SEND training and events, here.
The send gateway provides a link to UK based voluntary and community sector organisations (VCOs) and other organisations supporting the SEND sector. Publishers are those organisations whose materials and professional support appear on this website and include a large number of leading VCOs, including the Autism Education Trust, the Council for Disabled Children, National Children’s Bureau, Dyslexia-SpLD Trust and The Communication Trust.