SEN

Supporting Children with Maths

Description

This course will provide an understanding of the particular difficulties children with SEN have in maths lesson and how best to support them. It will explore ways of developing independence in maths lessons through meaningful and supportive differentiation and exploring mainstream maths resources, which are highly effective in leading children in to abstract elements of maths with confidence and certainty.

Audience

School staff who are supporting children in the maths lesson and are delivering maths interventions

Impact Statement

Analysing and Managing Behaviour for Children with an ASD in a School Setting

Description

This course will provide staff with ways to analyse behaviour in children with an ASD, taking into account their specific learning and processing styles. This will lead to discussing practical strategies to manage behaviour in school, including designing behaviour plans and links to school behaviour policies.


It is recommended that LSA’s attend together with the school SENCO, so that strategies can be integrated within school-based behaviour policies and plans. The course will NOT cover handling and restraint management techniques.

Audience

Staff supporting children with an ASD in school settings, to include LSA’s, SENCO’s and Teachers

Impact Statement

Pupils wil:

  • have effective behaviour plans in place to support their learning in school

Staff will:

  • be equipped to understand and manage behaviour for children with an ASD

Settings will:

  • have a consistent evidence-based approach to analysing and managing behaviour for children with an ASD in their school

Pre Key Stage standards moderation workshop

Description

Audience

SENCOs in Primary and Primary Special Schools, Year 2 and Year 6 teachers

Impact Statement

Staff will:


  • have greater confidence in teacher assessment judgements against the KS1 and KS2 Pre Key Stage Standards

Using ICT to support children with a SEND

Description

A course to:

  • demonstrate to staff ICT based resources to support young people with SEND in their learning
  • provide staff with an opportunity to make their own resources tailor made to support students with a SEND

Audience

SENCOs/Teachers, Teaching Assistants, and other professionals, supporting children with an ASD

Impact Statement

Pupils will:

  • have stimulating resources to support their learning through ICT

Staff will:

  • be confident in using a range of ICT resources, particularly linked to literacy and numeracy, suitable for students with a SEND

Schools will:

  • have skilled staff, confident in using a range of ICT resources to support students with a SEND

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