Conferences to discuss the implications of the Rochford Review

  • Chadsgrove Teaching School, Bromsgrove, W.Midlands; 31st January 2017
  • Brookfields School Conference, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Reading; 6th January 2017

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Chadsgrove Teaching School, Bromsgrove, W.Midlands; 31st January 2017
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Brookfields School Conference, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Reading; 6th January 2017

The Engagement Framework for Learning; how did it start ?

In this new article Professor Carpenter, former Director of the DfE funded  Project on Children with Complex Learning Difficulties and Disabilities, discusses what new teaching and learning approaches are required to truly meet the needs of the children. Research has shown that Engagement is the key to successful learning for these children, and, indeed, any child with Special Needs.
The article describes how the Engagement Framework for Learning (including the Profile and Scale) evolved, how it was extensively trialled  across the UK and internationally, and how is commends itself as a personalised assessment approach that celebrates children’s learning, and empowers the quality of teaching. Prof Barry Carpenter SEND May 2016.
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When Ofsted Comes to Call..

During a school Inspection Ofsed will look a 3 i’s – issue ,intervention and impact.

To look at the quality and creativity of interventions for and with children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities , this will not rule resect the scope of teaching and learning , or the range of progress.

The attached short article , published in SEND magazine, looks at the 5 i’s of issue, inquiry, intervention, innovation and impact.

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The 5 ‘i’s’ in Special Needs.pdf

New EU Project on children with Complex Needs

This week a new EU funded Erasmus Project was launched in Graz, Austria.  This Project will take the extensively trialled Briefing Sheets for the UK CLDD Project ( http://complexld.ssatrust .org.uk) , and translate them into several European languages.

 

The briefing sheets will then be used to support Inclusion of children with Special Needs in the representative EU countries .The Project will go through various trial and development phases, through to 2018.

 

For more information please go to http://eurlyinclusion.eu

The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.