Some years ago I worked with a brilliant Architect, Christopher Beaver, to create new learning spaces for children with Autism and Complex Needs.
The information I used drew on two PhD’s I had been involved with, namely those of Dr Diana Pauli and Dr Tamara Brookes.
Linked below are a series of articles that reflect those discussions, deliberations and developments. These may be helpful in the context of the current expansion of specialist provision
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Includes a special feature on Girls and Autism, Championing Parents, and the SMILE/Mental Health school based Inquiry project.
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Speakers; Professor Barry Carpenter, Beverley Cockbill, and Alan Wood (from Evidence for Learning)
This event will take place between 9:30am and 3:30pm on 11th January 2019.
Venue : QEII Jubilee School, Kennet Road, London, W9 3LG
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– Time to review your SEND report – Lorraine Petersen OBE
– Girls with Autism – Professor Barry Carpenter CBE
– Creative engagement for children and young people with SEND Heather Stack
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Forthcoming Conference in Wiltshire – 27th March 2019.
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This new module, resulting from the pan European Erasmus Project, examined inclusive practice for children with Complex Needs across 8 European Countries. The Project used the training materials developed as a result of the DfE funded Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities Research Project, (Carpenter et al , 2012/ 2015) , to promote understanding and knowledge transfer around children’s Complex Needs . The goal was that this would impact on practice and increase opportunities for Inclusion.
Written by Jo Egerton, Senior Research Fellow for the ITIDE Project , based at Leeds Beckett University (and formerly Research Officer for the CLDD Project) this new module is designed to add fresh information to the suite of Complex Needs modules . This module is designed be used introduction to inclusion in education. It can be studied alone or as a gateway to the Complex Needs modules (www.complexneeds.org.uk).
Jo Egerton, Schools Research Consultant, and Bev Cockbill, Training Co-ordinator and Structured Teaching Practitioner in complex learning needs, Chadsgrove Teaching School, Bromsgrove, write about the use of mental wealth journals for pupils with additonal needs.
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Read the first blog post on the new E4L – Engagement4Learning website.
Written by Professor Barry Carpenter.
Engaging Learners with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities – (2015)