Dyslexia Action is holding The Dyslexia Guild Conference on Thursday 28 June at Aston University in Birmingham. If you are a professional in the education sector and you have an interest in Dyslexia and specific learning difficulties (SpLD), we would love for you to join us.
In the fourth issue of the newly-minted TSP briefing, Editor-at-Large Edward Farrow speaks with Daisy Christodoulou, Director of Education at No More Marking and former Head of Assessment at Ark Schools in a wide-ranging discussion about the gaps – and challenges – in assessment along with her view on the broader SEND landscape.
16/20 places/licences available to attend the course on the AWARD WINNING POSITIVE LOOKING resource. This programme is making a real difference to the way children are using their visual skills. Many special schools across the UK are using this to support their learners and have developed it as a whole school approach, This creates the most successful outcome. Places are popular and the booking deadline is 23rd July 18. One opportunity to attend the Train the Trainer course this year.
As the long-awaited summer break approaches it’s natural to reflect on the academic year which has (almost) passed and contemplate the year ahead. With that in mind, Stuart Curry wanted to share some thoughts – partly prompted by a news story about what is possible, and also by a hazy recollection of a quote from a GCSE history class some (many) years ago. In challenging times, do we take a belt-and-braces, safety-first approach, or do we see the opportunity hidden in the myriad pressures?
White-label versions of all the guides produced by Whole School SEND – the MAT review guide, the SEND Review guide, the TA Review Guide, the SEND Reflection framework and the Preparing for Adulthood Review guide are available to download free.