This course is for:
SENCOs and teachers from NQT level upwards working with SEN in Primary
Schools and Additionally Resourced Provisions
Participants will be taken through a series of real examples of pupils’ work and agree levels amongst small groups of supportive and experienced colleagues.
These sessions have grown from small beginnings and partnerships with ARPs over the last 6 years and are an important feature of the in-house and school to-school support that Trinity School provides. They aim to increase the robustness and validity of your SEN baselines and progress data.
Jan Fisher-Sibbons and Abby Town.
Jan and Abby have taught within a special needs setting for over 30 years between them, both as Assistant Headteachers. They have extensive experience and undertaken additional courses to develop their roles as leaders including NPQML, Coaching in Education and Crisis Prevention and Intervention They have experience of supporting teachers in all areas of their teaching: classroom set up, behaviour management, assessment,differentiation of the curriculum that meets the needs of students,moderation and ensuring that all students are making progress based
upon nationally set targets or against school aims.
View the full SEN Assessment Training information here