We offer continuing professional development (CPD) in relation to special educational needs and disabilities provision and practice in schools is several ways:
- Bespoke training for whole school staff of mainstream and special schools (including the independent sector) and pupil referral units designed to meet the specific needs of each institution.
- Training of special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCos) in specific areas, such as Provision Management, effective use of teaching assistants and preparing for change as a result of new legislation
- Work with SENCOs on developing and mapping their provision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
- Work with whole staff groups in special schools on areas such as developing a curriculum model, curriculum development and assessment policy and practice
- Supporting senior leaders and individual teachers in special schools in developing curriculum planning and assessment of pupil progress.
Please contact us for further details of our bespoke training for schools or consortia.
In addition, we provide special educational needs and disabilities training courses through several of our partners: the National Union of Teachers, SENJIT (Special Educational Needs Joint Initiative for Training), part of London University’s Institute of Education, and individual schools.
To see what teachers have said about our special educational needs and disability training, view the Testimonials page.