This framework sets out how the general principles and processes of inspection are applied to maintained schools and several other types of school in England. It states the statutory basis for inspection and summarises the main features of school inspections carried out under section 5 of the Education Act 2005 from September 2012
In Birmingham we are lucky because we have structures to help us provided by Pupil and School Support. We always have an eye to whether a child may be a candidate for the Birmingham pathway. We are a stand lone junior school so this process kicks off on entry.
Info for frontline staff and practitioners on working & supporting people within the criminal justice system that have learning disabilities or some form of specific learning difficulty. Using evidence from the Prison Reform Trust the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities have a number of factsheets covering the following topics:
Making information easier to read
Useful information and resources
Since the first versions of the Information Packs, published in June 2013, the packs have been updated and new sections and case studies added. Where this has occured this has been noted within the packs
Dyslexia, affecting up to 1 in 10 children, is often misunderstood and sidelined in many of our schools. Chances are you know someone with dyslexia, but what you may not realise is that 1 in 4 children fail to master the basics of writing at the end of primary school and for reading this is 1 in 9, having a life long impact for some.
Torri's Day tells the story of how dyslexia affects this young girl, not only in reading, writing and spelling but across her education.
Aimed at early years practitioners and childminders this tool kit provides a range of resources that help to understand, reinforce and enable good practice in supporting children’s speech, language and communication within a setting.
This session explores the impact bullying has on life chances, and suggests simple actions that will reduce the impact and incidence of bullying of and by disabled children, young people and those with special educational needs.
This session looks at how to communicate effectively with disabled children and young people in and about their learning, in educational settings and beyond.