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This series of LED events will have a specific focus ‘Making the 30 hour offer work for disabled children and children with SEN’.

These events aim to:

  • Improve knowledge of what high quality SEND provision looks like (e.g. learning from members of SEND advisory Board)
  • Support setting to know where to go for help, e.g. on how to use the disability access fund or access funding via inclusion fund
  • Signposting to resources to support sector

The events will offer the opportunity to:

Learn

  • About sources of information and support which are available to all providers to extend and develop high quality inclusive practice for children with SEND
  • About what others are doing to prepare for and meet the needs of disabled children and children with SEN and their families
  • About why access to high quality early years and childcare is vital in improving outcomes for children with SEND
  • About the funding streams which will be available to improve whole setting access and inclusion and to support particular children or groups of children to be included

Explore

  • The opportunities and challenges in developing develop whole setting inclusive practice
  • The workforce development needs of all practitioners as part of on going planning for sustainability and staff well-being and retention
  • Involving parents in the ways in which their child can best be supported and included in the provision and identifying the outcomes for the child and family
  • Range of existing and emerging approaches which work for children with SEND including SCLN/ASD/SENSORY NEEDS/SEMH

Debate

  • To explore effective models of support for children including examining the impact of individual support on children’s outcomes independence and wellbeing
  • Next steps and keeping up the momentum

To book your place please visit the appropriate link below

Manchester – 13th July (sold out)

Birmingham – 18th July

Bristol – 19th July

 

Please note that these events are aimed at practitioners who will have priority in being allocated places.

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