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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.

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    Celebration of the Creative Home Study Project
    by Shauna Willmott - Friday, 17 July 2020, 11:35 AM
    During the last few months, the pupils at Wallisdean Federation in Fareham have kept themselves busy undertaking the Creative Home Study Projects created by the HIAS Teaching and Learning Team.

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    Home Study Projects for Primary Schools
    by Shauna Willmott - Tuesday, 28 April 2020, 9:44 AM

    Thank you for the positive feedback about the resources posted on the open access areas of the HIAS Subject Moodle sites to support schools in providing activities for children at home. We hope they have been beneficial in supporting learning at home for teachers and pupils. As an extension of ...

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    Resources for SEN Guidance During the Coronavirus Outbreak
    by SEN Admin - Thursday, 23 April 2020, 2:26 PM

    We have created an open access COVID-19 page offering guidance and resources to help neuro-diverse children and young people during the Coronavirus outbreak.  Schools now have access to materials including:

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    UK Coronavirus Rules Relaxed for People with Autism and Learning Disabilities
    by SEN Admin - Monday, 20 April 2020, 12:01 PM
    Please click here for the full article on Coronavirus lockdown measures for people with autism and learning disabilities. 
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    Moodle+ Re-subscription Period 2020-21
    by Shauna Willmott - Thursday, 19 March 2020, 1:30 PM

    We currently have over 1,050 downloadable Moodle+ resources available for our subscribers to access across 12 subject sites. Please click here to view our updated online handbook for a flavour of what each of the Moodle+ areas offers and a catalogues of current resources.

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    Book your place on our Hampshire SEN Conference 2020
    by Shauna Willmott - Wednesday, 29 January 2020, 3:24 PM

    Hampshire SEN Conference 2020 - multiple dates and venues, June 2020
    For both Primary and Secondary Schools, the 2020 conference will be led by David Bartram OBE from Prescient Education.  The Conference will cover aspects of strategic planning, assessment and identification, improving outcomes ...

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    Learning Zone guidance & updating email contact details
    by Shauna Willmott - Friday, 8 November 2019, 9:06 AM

    Please find attached an easy guidance document on how to access the Learning Zone and check that your email contact details are up to date so that you receive Learning Zone notifications. You can also find out more here about searching for specific learning offers and browsing our catalogue of training opportunities.

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    SEND Planning Tools are Available to Order!
    by SEN Admin - Tuesday, 8 October 2019, 1:42 PM

    The planning tool supports teachers to identify an appropriate starting point and plan aspirational expectations of progress over time. It is intended that the tool is used for individual pupils with the expectation this is integrated into whole class teaching - removing barriers and enabling ...

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