Free online guidance to equip professionals in Local Authorities, schools, colleges and settings to deliver good practice in line with the Special Educational Needs Reforms, particularly for children and young people with literacy difficulties, specific learning difficulties and dyslexia. The guidance includes information on: Effective Practice, School Funding Reforms, Graduated Approach and the Local Offer.
A guide for professionals and parents, with chapters covering speech therapy, psychology, music therapy and education and communication. It includes helpful information on the various treatment and therapeutic options with illustrative case studies.
This poster is an easy reference for teachers to understand young people's speech and language development from 11-18 years and supports them in identifying children who may have speech, language and communication needs.
Although the SEND reforms are now well embedded, this presentation still offers a useful summary for new SENCos and anyone else with an interest in the area. It particularly focuses on the graduated approach.
This guide aims to:
- promote high-quality teaching, differentiated to meet individual needs
- encourage schools to track pupils’ progress and review the quality of teaching
- encourage a collaborative approach to planning support for pupils who are not making adequate progress
- encourage schools to map the additional provision they make for pupils
Occupational therapy programme run by anyone with enthusiasm. Identification of needs booklet, range of resource cards to tackle areas of need and some resources on a CD. All self-explanatory, easy to run and effective in tackling underlying barriers to learning.