SENCO Week looks at the different types of communication and interaction difficulties and how SENCOs can provide effective support

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With the increasing emphasis on personalised learning, CPD Week investigates some innovative use of VLEs in Essex, plus we look at the new professional standards

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The new term is a great time to consider your techniques of behaviour management and review your classroom management of last year

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A review of the Code of Practice for Special Educational Needs, plus a help sheet for SENCOs to help define types of SEN, intervention strategies and Individual Education Plans (IEPs)

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There are many issues in schools that require a cross-age or cross-curricular approach when it comes to continuing professional development

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The outdoor environment remains a rich source of learning for pupils of all ages, attracting new enthusiasts and investment

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Whether you manage a large team of support assistants, or are responsible for just one or two TAs, keeping on top of ‘quality assurance’ is an important aspect of the SENCO role

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It’s all getting very confusing. Every child matters, no child left behind and every child has potential. Yes, I think we get the point. There’s a glaringly obvious snag in all this: the ever-growing shortage of headteachers…

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Here are some useful reminders about making good provision for pupils with visual impairments

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It is likely that you will find a mismatch between the development needs of staff regarding CPD for SEN and the resources available to you

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