Governor SEN Conference – February 7th 2015, Bournemouth.

12 09 2014

Flyer 2015 DRAFT





Flyer for Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities

12 09 2014

This practical and engaging book provides literature, tools and case study examples outlining who children and young people with CLDD are, why their engagement for learning is important, and how the Engagement for Learning Framework can be used effectively by teachers and other professionals to ensure the best possible outcomes for these children.

Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities





Family Perspectives on FASD

1 09 2014

This powerpoint has some useful advice to families, foster carers, teachers on others, on raising and working with the child with FASD.

Life in FASD Lane – copy for Cluster Managers





National Curriculum P-Scale Guidance

15 08 2014

In line with recent reforms to SEN regulations and the National Curriculum, the DfE has published revised guidance on the P-scales for students who cannot access the National Curriculum.

Performance_-_P_Scale_(DfE 2014)

 





Improving Learning Outcomes for children and young people with FASD

15 08 2014

‘Teachers need the type of information that gives them a sound, solid appreciation of how fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is going to impact on the effectiveness of the child as a learner.’

Professor Barry Carpenter





Resources to support Teachers and Teaching Assistants working with children and young people with FASD.

15 08 2014

I still find a lot of teachers struggling to find direct practical ideas on how to work with children with FASD in classrooms and schools.
The following are full of evidence based strategies the would fulfil the requirements of the new Code of Practice for SEND to develop personalised Learning Passports.

FAS-eD PROJECT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

FAS-eD PROJECT REPORT





Learning from each other in the field of Early Childhood Intervention.

15 08 2014

Each country finds itself at a different phase of development when it comes to Early Childhood Intervention. It is important that the ECI community learns from each other, and supports one another.
The Early Intervention Institute in St Petersburg, Russia, is keen to develop its links in the international ECI Community. Following on from the excellent ISEI Conference they hosted in 2013, they have produced a newsletter, containing articles that can be read in Russian or English. This includes a piece I have written on the education of children born prematurely.

The newsletter can be found here.

 








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