CPD approved, free online anti-bullying training across 7 modules:
1. What is bullying?
2. Bullying and the Law
3. Bullying and SEN/disability
4. The 10 principles to reduce bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
5. Preventing bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
6. Responding to bullying of disabled children and those with SEN
7. Cyberbullying (with a special emphasis on reducing cyberbullying of disabled children and those with SEN)
The Communication Trust have re-developed the course so it is now tailored for the needs of practitioners working across all the different education phases. Users have the option to access four different pathways – early years, primary, secondary or further education. Each course has a number of activities and resources to support learning.
The Framework is an easy to use online tool that encompasses the levels of knowledge and skills required across the education workforce to support all learners with dyslexia/SpLD.
It can be used by: individuals for self-assessment; schools and colleges to search for evidence based information or as a tool for staff development and inset planning. There are also ready-made presentations on useful topics such as Phonics and Theories of Dyslexia.
This module is part of the Advanced Training Materials for SEND, and it focuses on MLD. It contains lots of useful information and resources to support you in your understanding of and work with pupils with moderate learning difficulties. Some of the data and terms are now out of date, but most of the content is still relevant.
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.
This guidance aims to support early years providers, schools and further education to continue improving their approaches to professional learning in order to maximise the benefit to staff, the children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities they teach.
The guidance exemplifies the role of the SENCO as provider or facilitator of CPD for SEN while offering advice on how nasen can support the CPD process, with an emphasis on collaborative learning.
A practical resource designed to support teachers to work effectively with pupils on the autism spectrum. The booklet provides details of resources available, and will allow online access to 44 resources for a one off payment of £29.99.