Whole School SEND resources
COMING SOON: The DfE has funded a suite of videos designed to help new teachers develop their knowledge of SEND.
The videos will cover ADHD, Acquired Brain Injury, Autism, Down Syndrome, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Hearing Impairment, Physical Disability, Social, Emotional and Mental Health needs, Speech, Language and Communication needs and Visual Impairment.
School-wide, primary, secondary and special:
We are excited to share that the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) is funding an evaluation of the SEND Review Guide in mainstream secondary schools.
To access the PDF above, along with an editable versions, please e-mail Kayla Simpson-George who is the Programme Assistant for the EEF funded trial.
Classroom practice, for individuals or whole staff:
Effective deployment of teaching assistants:
SEND provison across a Multi-Academy Trust:
Early Years PVI settings:
Governors, all schools:
Editable Word versions:
A guide to making conversations count for all families (NHS Ask, Listen, Do):
This leaflet, funded by the Department for Education and developed by families as part of NHS England's Ask Listen Do project, is intended to help build a mutually respectful partnership between families and the school, college or other education settings. On occasion, relationships between families and schools are not as successful as they need to be. By building trust this can change and a new way of working together can be developed.
Whole School SEND Annual Report 2018/19