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    Take a look at our latest SEN training offer - Working with Pupils with SEND for Support Staff Webinar – 13 May, 24 June and 14 July 2021
    by Cormac Wilton - Thursday, 4 March 2021, 3:06 PM
     

    Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: Support Staff

    This course provides LSAs with an understanding of their role when working with pupils with SEND. It will provide an opportunity for participants to examine their role in developing relationships with pupils and how the language they use can have a positive or negative impact on the pupil and others.

    This training will be delivered in 3 x half day sessions

    Price: Sub - £310 SLA £270 Full £372


     
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    Primary SENCO District Network 21-22 webinar is now available for the summer term! – 15 June 2021
    by Cormac Wilton - Wednesday, 10 February 2021, 1:10 PM
     

    Keyword Search: Primary SENCO Webinar

    Research shows that the most effective and sustainable professional learning is through collaborative, collegiate communities with a specific focus. The SENCO District Network provides a structure within which SENCOs are facilitated to develop their knowledge and understanding through research, and implementation of strategies to improve outcomes for learners. 

    This training will be delivered in a two hour session.

    Price: Sub £55 SLA £40 Full £66


     
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    Take a look at our SENCO Refresher 2021 Webinar – 1 April 2021
    by Cormac Wilton - Monday, 1 February 2021, 3:37 PM
     

    Search and book your place via the Learning Zone using keywords: SENCO Refresher 2021

    The half day virtual course has been created for experienced SENCos who wish to update their knowledge and understanding of the role and develop their skills to enable them to undertake the role more effectively.

    Price: Sub £95 SLA £75 Full £114

     
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    Don't forget to book your place on our upcoming virtual SEN conference - 4 February
    by Katie Scott - Thursday, 14 January 2021, 6:44 PM
     

    Join us for our virtual conference on 4 February. The theme for the day is Social and emotional wellbeing in Education. and we have a full programme of informative key note speakers and interactive workshop sessions. Take a look at our flyer to find out more and book your place on the Learning Zone using the key word search Special conference.

    Price: Sub £125 SLA £80 Full £150


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    Our annual Hampshire Special Educational Needs Conference will be held virtually and is now available to book on the Learning Zone – 4 February 2021
    by Cormac Wilton - Wednesday, 2 December 2020, 4:27 PM
     

    Search and book your place via the Learning Zone using keywords: Special Education Conference

    The theme for the Conference is: Social and emotional wellbeing in Education.

    The day includes two keynote speakers with a wealth of different experience around working with pupils with ...

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    There’s Still Time to Book a Place on our Working with Pupils with SEND for Support Staff Course! (blended) - starting 1 December 2020
    by Cormac Wilton - Thursday, 19 November 2020, 3:30 PM
     

    A three session online course (afternoons) which will provide LSAs with an understanding of their role when working with pupils with SEND. Participants will examine their role in developing relationships with pupils and explore how the language they use can have a positive or negative impact on the pupil and others.

    Keyword search for booking on the Learning Zone: SEND support staff

    Price: Sub £240 SLA £175 Full £293


     
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    Learning from our experiences of managing COVID-19 cases and isolations
    by Shauna Willmott - Monday, 16 November 2020, 11:19 AM
     
    In the summer term we invited educational settings to a series of webinars to explain the flowcharts of actions to be taken in the event of a confirmed COVID-19 case. These involved inputs from Public Health England and our communications teams and gave the opportunity to respond ...Read the rest of this topic
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    Have you heard about our Provision Mapping training session taking place next Thursday 19 November?
    by Katie Scott - Tuesday, 10 November 2020, 1:43 PM
     

    Provision Mapping is a transparent method of showing the range of provision available to pupils throughout the school. It allows schools to monitor, evaluate and plan the development of provision, increase access for disadvantaged groups, secure the entitlement of all pupils and ...

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    Reminder to book your place on our SENCo - Managing People Webinar – 09 November 2020
    by Cormac Wilton - Thursday, 22 October 2020, 5:30 PM
     

    The importance of being able to motivate others as part of a team is an integral part of professional learning and development for leaders. As a middle leader, the key role of SENCo in building capacity, supporting and challenging staff is pivotal in order to meet the needs of all children ...

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    Pupil Remote Learning Policy
    by Shauna Willmott - Tuesday, 28 July 2020, 1:33 PM
     

    During the period of closure due to COVID-19, Mark Way School developed and delivered a programme of remote learning to students. This policy is shared as an example of how schools might develop remote learning policies for implementation, and subsequent monitoring and evaluation by leaders, now and in the future.  

    For full info and to access the document, please click here.