Jack joined Swanwick Hall School in Derbyshire three years ago. At first, he struggled with the demands of secondary school and was always in trouble. He became increasingly unhappy and his mother, Jill, asked for a meeting with the school to discuss Jack's situation. In this clip, Jill explains how, as the result of the meeting provision was put in place to help Jack to develop social, emotional and communication skills and to control his anger.
An essay focusing on inclusive practice throughout history, the 2014/15 SEND code of practice and a focus on ADHD towards the end. Undertaken during my 2nd year of ITT course at Birmingham City University (2015).
For many years Harrington nursery school has been recognised by the local authority as an outstanding provider for children with additional needs. We are a mainstream nursery that puts the children at the heart of everything we do.
A handbook for practitioners in Education, Health & Social Care, & for parents/carers, focusing on the assessment & planning processes for Education, Health & Care Plans, & effective use of person-centred approaches to enable full participation of families/young people within these processes.
This includes nationally-recognised person-centred planning tools & resources developed by Helen Sanderson Associates, InControl, Preparing for Adulthood, the Council for Disabled Children & others.
A combined/pooled budget pilot project was carried out as part of the MIP2 project.
The aim of the pilot was to test whether it was possible for families to work together and share the financial responsibility for ‘commissioning services’ for an element or elements of their personal budget.
Created for foster parents/carers of looked after children and those who run training sessions for this group. These webinars are designed to increase your knowledge of neurodiversity and specific learning differences (SpLD), showing how to identify, support, and boost the life chances of children and young people with a range of SEN.
Supporting materials are available.