SEN & Inclusion

SEN & Inclusive Learning

The Inclusive Learning team offer a range of training, in school support packages and bespoke support on all aspects of special educational needs and/or disability.

You are guaranteed a high level of support, delivered by staff who are approachable and experienced leaders.  We are well established classroom practitioners, who have also been SENCOs previously.

We are have an up to date knowledge of, Local and National Policies, Statutory requirements and the benefits of using of academic research.

Through regular observations and collaborative work with schools we can help you build on the inclusive practices you already provide and 'narrow the gap' for potentially vulnerable groups.

We work closely with the Early Years Foundation, Primary and Secondary Strategy Teams to complement their specific Teaching and Learning services.

Our services are available to all phases and settings, whether mainstream, academies or special schools.
 
  • Annual Service Agreement

  • Universal Offer

To download a copy of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) & Inclusive Learning annual service agreement, click on the image below.



For pricing, please e-mail: marketing@si.liverpool.gov.uk 
Liverpools maintained schools receive the same services outlined in our Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) & Inclusive Learning annual service agreement, as part of their Universal Offer - click on the image below to download a copy.

Online ASD Module

NEW for 2016-17, we are offering our first online training module in collaboration with OLT (A specialist Online Training provider for SEND courses).

This innovative delivery model enables you to access e-learning at your own pace and the content is suitable for all staff in your school.
 

Course Aims

  • Provide factual information about autistic spectrum disorders
  • Raise awareness of the behaviours which arise from these characteristics and their causes
  • Describe the assessment of individual needs arising from autistic spectrum disorders
  • Provide a basis for the assessment of the environment and its implications for learning
  • Introduce a range of strategies for meeting the needs of learners with autistic spectrum disorders
  • Provide an overview of a number of specific intervention packages

This course:

  • Will support your SEND Report
  • Be responsive to new children arriving
  • Upskill school staff to meet the needs of learners with special educational needs
  • Is user friendly and engaging
  • Led by experienced SEND classroom practitioners
  • Is evidence based and outcome focused
  • Is flexible to the needs of the participant and their learners
Supporting the SEND Code of practice, its helps ensure teachers are confident and are able to adapt teaching strategies to ensure that pupils can access and progress within the curriculum. 

Since our initial launch the DfE have also confirmed that from September 2018 every new teacher in England will have to learn about the needs of autistic children and young people as part of their teacher training.

Participants will then complete 12 to 16 hours’ of personal eLearning, at a time to suit you.

You will be supported by an online facilitator. You will successfully complete the criteria required to enable you to pass the course.

For more information or details on how to enrol, e-mail yvonne.sutton@si.liverpool.gov.uk 

Contacts

John Holt
School Improvement Officer (Inclusive Learning)
john.holt1@si.liverpool.gov.uk

Catherine McDermott
School Improvement Officer (Inclusive Learning)
catherine.mcdermott@si.liverpool.gov.uk

Yvonne Sutton
School Improvement Officer (Inclusive Learning)
yvonne.sutton@si.liverpool.gov.uk