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Research School Network: SEN Modular Training Programme This programme will unpick the five recommendations in this report.


SEN Modular Training Programme

This programme will unpick the five recommendations in this report.

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30 March, 2021 | 00:00 - 00:00

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Special educational needs in mainstream schools – A modular CPD programme

The EEF Guidance report offers five evidence-based recommendations to support pupils with SEND, providing a starting point for schools to review their current approach and practical ideas they can implement. The report comes from a review of the best available international research and consultations with teachers and other experts.The overriding message from the report is a positive one. It is tempting to talk about the challenge of SEND as a specific and distinct issue. Yet, far from creating new programmes, the evidence tells us that teachers should instead prioritise familiar but powerful strategies, like scaffolding and explicit instruction, to support their pupils with SEND. This means understanding the needs of individual pupils and weaving specific approaches into everyday, high quality classroom teaching — being inclusive by design not as an afterthought.

Programme structure:

This online programme is made up of 6 modules and will involve synchronous (live) workshops, gap tasks, and opportunities for personalised coaching to support effective implementation.

Module 1:
Reflecting on current practices
Modules 2 – 5:
Exploring the evidence- unpicking the 5 recommendations
Module 6:
Implementation planning

Who is it for? 

This programme is aimed at supporting schools with effective implementation and is suitable for headteachers, SENCos, Teaching and Learning school leads, senior leaders, and middle leaders.

Programme leads:

Clare Belli
– Head of Southampton Inclusion Partnership, Deputy Regional Lead Whole School SEND
Lou Peaston
– SENCo and HISP Research School Evidence Lead