Professor Barry Carpenter, Bev Cockbill, and and expert panel, discuss the use and application of Engagement as pedagogy, formative, and summative assessment.
All three podcasts have now been released.
The links are below:
Episode 17: Engagement (Part 1) Lecture Presentation – What you really need to know about Engagement
Episode 18: Engagement (Part 2) A Panel Discussion – Reflections on Engagement
Episode 19: Engagement (Part 3) A Panel Discussion – Innovations around Engagement
Here’s the videos for each
EfL Networking & Development Virtual Event 25th Mar 2021: Engagement in Action
Here’s the video for the event:
The training module on
should help you: teaching RSHE to pupils with SEND (MS Powerpoint Presentation, 318KB)
Understand your duties regarding SEND and relationships, sex and health education
Recognise some of the challenges pupils with SEND may face in these subjects
Appreciate some of the approaches you might take to mitigate these challenges
This is a topic with few publications to support thinking and practice on what must be a priority for students with Special Needs and Disabilities in their final years of School.
In this excellent new publication from SSAT, Pauline Holbrook, pull together some rich case studies , insights from employers, and routes to accreditation . In particular her commentary on the Gatsby Benchmarks is helpful for showing how students with Special Needs can gain a meaningful careers education .
This publication is available as a free download; (for hard copies contact SSAT)
The interview for the podcast starts at 22:15 in Episode 19, here:
The resources relate to mental health, emotional well being, and the new RSHE curriculum. They are suitable for all children and young people, and to those with SEND.
Click the PowerPoint icon below, or
here to download and view the related RSHE Resources PowerPoint.
A lecture by Professor Carpenter, ‘ From Relationships to Resilience : Regenerating Children’s Mental Health., can be found at 29.50 on the audio podcast.
The webinar recording is now available on the PSHE SEND Hub:
What are the implications of Covid 19, and the implications for schools, teachers, and school leadership?
This podcast, recorded on 7th April 2020, is an interview conducted with Professor Barry Carpenter to mark his 40 years in School / Education Leadership.
Also available to listen on both
iTunes & Spotify
‘An introduction to multi-sensory learning’
Hirstwood Training , this is invaluable for any Teacher or Teaching Assistant wishing to deepen their understanding of how sensory learning works for children with SEND.
It is beautifully designed with video and auditory commentary; the text offers useful insights and summaries, all in ‘bite size’ chunks.
– launched this month by Richard and Lois Hirstwood, whose commitment and boundless energy has driven innovation in the field of SEND for over 25 years. www.hirstwood.com
Check out the full suite of Sensory Online Learning modules.
Read about this fantastic new ethos based approach to co ordinating Mental health and Well Being in your school.
Click to open and view each article page in fullscreen.
Includes a special feature on Girls and Autism, Championing Parents, and the SMILE/Mental Health school based Inquiry project.
Click link below to open and view: