Our online and face to face courses aim to provide you with the training and support you require to help meet the needs of children and young people with SEND.
The NEU has partnered with NASEN (National Association for Special Educational Needs) to produce a series of webcasts looking at small group interventions. These webcasts will prove useful for anyone who works with pupils in small groups.
SEMH as SEND
A webinar looking at what SEMH means in the classroom and how to develop practical strategies to support SEMH needs.
The effective deployment of support staff, including interventions
3.45pm - 5pm
Delivered by NASEN (the National Association for Special Needs) this webinar will cover the principles of the effective deployment of support staff and what this means in practice across a school.
Identifying & Supporting SEND in the context of the EYFS Reforms
Identifying and supporting children with SEND is crucial, but we can often become too focused on identifying delays or concerns rather than embracing the different ways children learn. This course explores how we can simultaneously support the areas of need while developing a deeper understanding of the child and their learning characteristics.
Dealing with Selective Mutism
Selective Mutism, sometimes called Situational Mutism, is an anxiety-based mental health disorder which usually commences in early childhood. Those with SM speak fluently in some situations but remain consistently silent in others. With early intervention the prognosis for recovery is good, but in some cases it may persist and last right through a child’s school life and sometimes even into adulthood.
The Curious Case of ADHD
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and in this presentation, we will consider a range of techniques and strategies to help children and young persons with learning, behaviour and socialisation issues.
Playing, Learning & Interacting in SEND
This course explores the importance of taking a play-rich approach in SEN support. You will learn about the benefits of play for children with SEND and consider the adult's role in teaching play skills.
Supporting the wellbeing and mental health of children and young people with SEND
This webinar will explore the specific issues surrounding the mental health of those with SEND, using current research and practical advice to support learners wellbeing
Remote But Not Distant: Online teaching for pupils with SEND
This webinar will look at strategies that will better support all pupils, including those with SEND to access remote teaching and learning. It will also consider the ways in which we might use some of the resources put in place for emergency remote teaching to better support pupils with SEND moving forward.
11/03/21 11am - 12.15pm
This webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of current research and understanding around autism and will empower you to provide even better support for pupils with this specific need.