A ‘One Stop Guide’ to run through key considerations for when planning to commission speech and language support in Primary and Secondary Schools. The guidance includes top tips on decision making around the service that is commissioned, practical steps to take to integrate services in to school and how to assess if it’s actually working.
This one day session focuses on training for staff who support pupils on the autism spectrum who have complex needs. It aims to deepen participants’ understanding of autism and ways in which they can support pupil participation, including development of their personal and EHC Plans.
In the context of funding from education, a personal budget may be available where the support
provided by the school or other educational setting is insufficient to meet the student’s support
needs. The setting itself might decide to use additional resources, such as the money from ‘pupil
premium’, if the young learner is eligible to receive it.
This one day session is designed for staff who have a leadership role that includes responsibility for developing provision for pupils on the autism spectrum within a school setting, and who may train or lead other staff in their setting. This session will bring lead practitioners from a range of organisations together to discuss, share and develop practice and understanding. It is suitable for practitioners working both mainstream and specialist settings
This half a day course deepens delegates’ understanding, including theories of autism. Advancing skills in developing and applying strategies to facilitate progress and achievement, for teachers, teaching assistants and SENDCos. This session is suitable for practitioners working with school-age pupils on the autism spectrum in mainstream services. Practitioners in specialist settings who work with pupils with complex needs should undertake the one day complex needs module.
This one day training event has been designed to support all practitioners working directly with pupils on the autism spectrum to develop their practice.Provides practical knowledge, hands-on tools and techniques, guidelines and activities to support practitioners to reflect on and improve their own practice. Training is delivered via a network of specialist Training Hubs across the UK.
Dr Kate Saunders, CEO of the British Dyslexia Association, will be giving a personal view of the potential creative and problem solving abilities that are sometimes shown by dyslexic individuals. The webinar will be an exploration and celebration of these talents.
Developed by the Autism Centre for Education and Research (ACER) at the University of Birmingham in collaboration with consultants with expertise in autism. The framework sets out the knowledge and skills that are required for professionals in educational settings working with pupils on the autism spectrum. These competencies have been revised and updated for the AET by Genium in 2015.The framework is presented as a self-evaluation tool that practitioners can use to rate their current practice.
This webinar will discuss what dyscalculia is and how it differs from maths learning difficulties generally. It will also look at what we can do to help children who are struggling to gain confidence in maths. Several different teaching approaches will be introduced, including the use of dot patterns, cuisenaire rods and the bar modelling method.