The Oldham Pledge

The Oldham Pledge provides and promotes opportunities for children and young people to develop key character traits, so that they are school ready, life ready and work ready 

SEND Governence Review

The SEND Governance Review Guide has been launched, focusing on how the governing board can support high quality outcomes for learners with SEND.

Resources for governors with responsibility for SEND are available from the Driver Youth Trust.

Council for Disabled Children (CDC)

Positive experiences of education are vital to securing good outcomes for children and young people. CDC recognises the importance of your work as an educator to ensuring that all the children and young people you work with are challenged and supported to reach their full potential.

How to apply for Early Years Additional SEND Funding

The government's 'Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)' sets legal standards for the learning, development and care of children from birth to five years old.

All schools and registered early-years providers, including childminders, pre-schools, nurseries and school reception classes, must follow the EYFS.

It gives professionals a set of common principles and commitments to deliver high quality early education and childcare to all children. And it gives parents and carers the confidence that they'll get, by law, the same commitment wherever their child goes.  

The National Association for Special Educational Needs (NASEN)

Designing and Implementing Effective Curricula for SEND Pupils

Wednesday 26 June 9.15am – 4.15pm - Central London

With recent changes to the curriculum inspection framework and the Department for Education's 2020 roll out of statutory assessment looking to better assess pupils with the most complex needs planned, organisations need to ensure that they are able to deliver and evidence effective curriculum and engagement for pupils with SEND.

This one-day training course will give you the latest guidance on new assessment methods, how to improve your curriculum for more effective pupil engagement and to demonstrate the progress of SEND pupils.

Learning Objectives Include:

  • Discover how to deliver more effective lessons and improve outcomes for pupils with SEND through better curriculum intent, implementation and impact
  • Receive an update on the latest changes to assessment standards for SEND pupils
  • Understand how you can incorporate the 7 aspects on engagement into your curriculum to best support and assess pupils with the most complex needs
  • Find out how you can best utilise an effective curriculum to demonstrate the impact of SEND provision and pupil outcomes

View the course agenda

Register your place here - receive a 10% discount when booking (applies to first 8 delegates)

This is a CPD certified course, delegates will receive certification after completion.

If you have any questions about the course please call 0203 770 6580 or email for more information.

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