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 (2014) 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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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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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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SEND in the Mainstream Classroom
An introduction to including pupils with SEND in the mainstream primary classroom.

Please note that this is a full day course

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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