SEN Policy in Mainstream Schools and Further and Higher Education

Time: 10:50 - 11:45

Date: Day 1

Synopsis

Meeting the needs of children and young people with SEN and disability in mainstream – Challenges and moving forward

This presentation will cover the key issues arising from the current SEND Green Paper, and will include:

  • Improving outcomes for children and young people with SEND
  • Mainstream schools – improving the experiences of parents of children and young people with SEND and delivering practice that will increase parental confidence in the SEND system

SEND: creating an inclusive culture and learning environment

Anita Devi, Education Consultant & Founding CEO of #TeamADL

This session will include Provision Review case studies from schools and Post 16 where educational leaders have intentionally acted on Section 19 of The Children & Families Act 2014, to clearly articulate whole setting provision through structured dialogue and research, thereby transparently demonstrating to learners and parents what the inclusive culture and environment is. The Provision Review model is an approach pioneered and developed by #TeamADL for early years providers to Post 16. Currently being used by MATs, schools, colleges, and alternative providers across England.

Speakers

  • André Imich SEN and Disability Professional Adviser - Department for Education
  • Anita Devi CDE & Founder - #TeamADL CIC

Chair

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