1.5 million children in England have a diagnosis of SEND, or 16.5% of school-aged children. That's an average of five children per classroom. According to a 2020 survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), over 70% of UK teachers have reported feeling unprepared when teaching children with special educational needs (SEN).
Providing an inclusive learning experience within your classroom that often includes multiple needs can be a challenging and daunting experience for practitioners. This course is designed to equip practitioners with the strategies to embed in their day-to-day practice.
Gain a greater understanding of a range of special education needs and what is meant by the term ‘additional needs’.
Explore the key factors that affect a child's, social, emotional and educational development.
Understand how to effectively support a child with SEND.
Expand your professional development and take away a range of practical strategies to embed into your day-to-day practice.
Receive certificates upon completion of all passed courses.
We are committed to delivering training that is current, relevant, engaging, and most importantly, effective. Gain valuable insights from group discussion.
Ask the Trainers
Dedicated to providing an interactive and engaging learning experience; our Trainers are always happy to answer questions and provide feedback.
Our trainers are all highly qualified, holding NVQs, Degrees, Masters, and even PhDs in their area of expertise.
Live CPD your way
Choose how you access our courses.
1. Book your space on any of our live, online and interactive upcoming courses and learn alongside other education professionals and peers.
2. Select your preferred topics and arrange closed courses that cater for your whole school, either face-to-face or online.
Improving SEND Practice
CPD Certified | 6 hours
Suitable for all staff
for groups of 5 or more, please call 0333 2400 751 or click the WhatsApp icon to chat with us
I can highly recommend the Phase Two Autism Training, it was brilliant. It was perfectly pitched to where we are at as a school, with both assurances for the things we are already doing, as well as in depth work around key aspects of autism and how we needed to progress.
Granby Junior School
I liked the different ideas and strategies that can be used to support the children in my setting. A lot of aspects will help me in the classroom setting.
Four Dwellings Primary Academy
Sara was an excellent trainer. She was very aware of our needs and responded accordingly. She pitched the talk and discussion/activities just right. As a SENDCo herself, she was able to talk from relevant and first hand experience and answered our questions with up to date knowledge. That made a real difference.
Granby Junior School
The 7 senses information was great - learning of the two other senses and how these can affect children was really useful.
St Helen's Primary Academy
Whistle-stop informative session. Lots of relevant information given with examples.
Sarah Gibbs Hall Road Academy