SEND Reviewer Training

To maximise the benefits of the SEND Review guide we offer a day long training session. The morning session focuses on how to prepare for the day of the review itself, approaches to gathering evidence on the day of the review and good practice in providing feedback and reporting. Following this, the afternoon session focuses on how to provide effective coaching for follow-up visits and support. We are proud to have trained a community of more than 350 SEND reviewers to date.

As part of our funding from the DfE, we are able to offer free places to people from state funded schools. For those who do not fit the criteria, the cost of the training is £300.

You can make bookings and find more information on our full programme of events and training here.

Please email info@wholeschoolsend.com if you have any further questions.

 


Over 2017/18 we will be holding a number fo SEND Reviewer Summits nationwide, bringing together our existing community of trained SEND reviewers.    

You can make bookings and find more information on our full programme of events and training here.

 

Part-funded by the Department for Education and developed in partnership with outstanding schools and leading third sector organisations, the SEND Review guide aims to improve outcomes for learners with SEND by establishing a free, standardised framework for evaluating provision.

The SEND Review Guide is based on the Pupil Premium Review and can be used by schools to audit their own SEND provision or as part of a programme of school to school support.


Whole School SEND partner Nasen offers a platform for sharing SEND Reviews, in order to give newcomers inspiration, identify common problems and solutions and cascade good practice. Have a look here.

 

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Whole School SEND
07/09/17