Inclusive Practice

About a Child!

Aims of the course

  • To explore practical skills needed and strategies used to involve pupils and parents in person-centred and solution-focused thinking.
  • To develop understanding of the provision required to meet the needs of the Code of Practice (2015) through involvement of pupils, parents and carers.
  • To know the possibilities for next steps to further embed such practice across school.
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Curriculum through the SEND Lens

Aims of the course

  • For SEND and subject leaders to understand the key principles in:
    • planning inclusive content in their subjects
    • identifying inclusive teaching strategies in their subjects
    • ensuring pupils with SEND can access key subject vocabulary
  • For subject leaders (supported by SENCOs) to be able to evaluate the impact of their subject on pupils with SEND
  • For leaders to know their next steps in ensuring the curriculum for all pupils with SEND is made accessible and meaningful
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Developing Emotion Coaching Culture

Aims of the course

We will be exploring:

  • Pros and cons of behaviourist behaviour management
  • Why Emotion Coaching ?
  • What is Emotion Coaching ?
  • How to develop an Emotion Coaching Culture
  • Evidence of impact and research underpinning the approach
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Flipping the Classroom: Potential or Pitfall for Pupils with SEND?

Analysing the developments in self-paced, independent learning strategies to maximise the impact for all pupils

Aims of the course

  • To increase pupil engagement, participation, access and achievement using blended learning approaches that create more dynamic, active and interactive lessons, alongside self-paced, independent learning strategies to maximise the impact for all pupils
  • To understand the development and principles of the flipped classroom, addressing myths and misunderstandings that have arisen around it
  • To explore the potential that this instructional strategy has for learners across the age ranges, from 5-year-olds to adult learners
  • To critically analyse the potential and challenges of flipped classroom strategies for pupils with barriers to learning
  • To gain personal experience of learning in a flipped classroom context
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Managing Challenging Behaviour

Aims of the course

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Quality First Teaching for All

Aims of the course

  • To begin to understand the significance of working memory in children’s learning.
  • To begin to understand the significance of multi-sensory teaching and learning experiences.
  • To be able to use the two-pronged approach to enable all learners to achieve in mainstream lessons, with the application of appropriate strategies.
  • To identify the components of an inclusive lesson.
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SEND in the Mainstream Classroom

An introduction to including pupils with SEND in the mainstream classroom.

Aims of the course

  • To clarify understanding of what special educational need is, and what it is not
  • To begin to understand some of the cognitive processes involved in learning, and what they might look like in practice.
  • To understand a range of practical teaching and learning strategies that enable all learners to achieve in mainstream lessons.
  • To appreciate some of the reasonable adjustments that might be made to enable access to the curriculum.
  • To critically evaluate some of the components of an inclusive lesson, and the strategies that might be employed.
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Teaching Assistants on the Frontline of Learning

Aims of the course

  • To explore our understanding of children’s learning.
  • To develop our knowledge and use of questioning skills.
  • To know how to support and develop pupils’ independent learning skills​​.
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Teaching Assistants on the Frontline of Maths

Aims of the course

  • To deepen teaching assistants’ understanding of learning in maths.
  • To develop teaching assistants’ knowledge and use of questioning skills in maths.
  • To know how to support and develop pupils’ independent learning skills in maths.
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Teaching Assistants on the Frontline of Literacy

Aims of the course

  • To understand the use and application of multi-sensory language strategies.
  • To understand effective strategies for reading with children individually, and for guided reading.
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Using Technology to Support Inclusion across the Curriculum

Aims of the course

  • Understanding the terminology: technology, assistive technology and digital technology
  • Why use technology?
  • Using technology effectively to enhance inclusion
  • What is available and how might I use it?
  • Cost, accountability and security
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