For the past two years, we have self-funded and ran our own ASD inclusion HUB. This is open during the afternoon, whereby children (either diagnosed, on the pathway to diagnosis, or on the school ‘radar’) are taught in an environment which focuses on their social, emotional and communication needs.
Nurtureuk is delighted to present the fourth volume of the International Journal of Nurture in Education, the only journal solely dedicated to research on the nurturing approach. We are proud of the contributions made by our authors who provide an in-depth examination of different themes dear to nurture practitioners.
The aim of the MAT Review is to support MATs in developing an understanding of effective ways to meet the requirements of all learners.
For this process to have the necessary impact on learner outcomes, the MAT should have the confidence to state what it can do well and what it needs further support with. The process should be an open, reflective, honest and collaborative one and be used as a development opportunity.
This guide is part of the suite of SEND Review guides produced by WSS.
We use ‘Chatty Maths’ with our younger classes in school. This works well as an inclusive starter to the day as children can contribute at their own level. Initially the EYFS children were asked what maths they had come across before school.