Whole School SEND CPD events by NASEN (London and the South East)

Published: 19 November 2019

Free whole School SEND CPD (Continuing Professional Development) events taking place across the region for schools and staff. Run by NASEN (The National Association for Special Educational Needs).

Distributive Leadership

A whole School SEND CPD Event for SENCOs, Head Teachers, Governors and Senior Leaders.

This conference will provide delegates with the opportunity to reflect on the notion of distributed leadership for SEND within their own schools. It will discuss how a whole school response to SEND can be delivered by clarifying roles and responsibilities within a Graduated Approach to support and provision, securing accountability at all levels. Examples of good practice and recent research in primary and secondary schools in one Local Authority will highlight the impact of effective distributed leadership on outcomes and provision for SEND.

Ashford, Kent | 6 February 2020

 

Keeping the individual at the heart of SEND provision in schools

A whole School SEND CPD event. Featuring workshops to develop and practice for teaching a range of learners with SEND and keeping the individual at the heart of all provision. The day will start with an introduction by a young person with SEND, sharing their experiences and perspectives. Workshops include the how to use the SEND Reflection framework to support CPD, whole-school approaches to reduce bullying for children with SEND delivered by the Anti-Bullying Alliance; enabling digital technologies to support inclusion delivered by Achievement for All; and accurate identification of SEND.

Brighton | 16 January 2020

 

SEND Reviewer training

This free training is open only to senior leaders, LLES, NLES and experienced SENCOs. One-day SEND Reviewer training takes attendees through the stages needed to prepare for the review, the SEND review itself and to feedback outcomes of the review with confidence. Attendees will work with the trainer to go through the guide and discuss how the review can benefit an individual school and how it can be adopted to be used in school to school support. This training is only open to school-based professionals registration can only be accepted if a school email address is used to sign up to this event.

Morden, Surrey | 10 March 2020