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Are you a SEND Governor?
Do you need to meet your SENCo?
Don’t start from scratch, start from this…
There’s more jargon than you think!
This free guide helps everyone to better navigate the SEND maze.
What are the trends in exclusion?
For school leaders, teachers, governors and parents.
Data is from the July 2022 DfE release.
Do you ask over 100 questions?
Or, can you do your Governing Body audit in less than two pages?
A mysterious change among young people in one part of north Sheffield….
What was behind this?
The answer is an inspiring teacher…
Tips and Tools for SEND documents that people keep on reading.
For academies and maintained schools.
Primary, secondary and special schools.
What must you include in your SEND information report?
Checklists to dowload plus a few helpful extras – for schools, academies and PRUs.
Seven tips to make your school’s documents more accessible.
It focuses on online documents. These form a large part of a school’s information for new parents and carers.
Schools are a front line service.
So, what role do school governors have when it comes to mental health?
What questions can governors ask to support the mental health of both pupils and staff?
Do you avoiding engaging with transgender people because of worries about saying the wrong thing?
Or just want to broaden your knowledge?
Here’s a few tips to help you on your journey.
Does your child need a COVID test?
We created this free booklet, designed to help them understand testing and answer their questions.
Written in partnership with Widgit Online – our favourite producer of visuals.
Face masks have become compulsory in shops in England.
So what next for schools?
And what can we learn from when we needed to belt up?
Need to support SEND kids to learn about sexuality and gender?
Here’s books and links to help work through the knowledge they need.
As featured at the SAYiT conference on SEND & LGBTQ+.
Ofsted run consultations each time they release a new handbook.
Did they listen to the needs of children with hearing impairments and visual impairments?
Yes – Click to read more.
Staff hope they’ll never need to attend court as part of their job.
If they do need to appear as a witness, here’s 5 tips to help.
Think we could help you? Please contact us to discuss how we might help you.
If your project is not something we can support you with, we’ll say so. We’re driven to do the best for young people and if we can’t do that, we think it’s best to step aside.