Updated: Mar 27, 2020
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK. WE WILL SET A NEW DATE FOR THE EVENT ONCE WE KNOW MORE ABOUT THE SITUATION.
SEND Leaders; Are you OFSTED ready?
"Good pace, simple slides, deep dive information, SWOT task, given me clear plans, IDSR information, clear about vision and the importance of communication – Many thanks for an excellent day"
Following the success of the December event, we're running this OFSTED focused CPD session again for schools in the Humber region.
As of September 2019, OFSTED have started to conduct inspections using the updated Education Inspection Framework. This includes several changes that have a significant impact on inclusion and SEND within your schools.
We've partnered with SEN consultants ADys Specialist Ltd to bring you a full day session covering the updated framework, what that means for your practice and how resilience is key to inclusion.
Do you feel confident in demonstrating how you lead SEND and celebrating how inclusive your school is ?
Are you fully aware of what is happening in the classroom and how this impacts pupils with SEND?
Is the vision you have for SEND displayed across school and driven by all?
What are the key changes that you need to be aware of as SEND lead?
Do your pupils have the tools they need to be truly independent learners?
Morning Session: OFSTED Framework
The morning will focus on giving you the confidence to answer these questions, equipping you with the tools you need to embed best practice and inspire independence and resilience in all learners within your setting.
Overview of the new OFSTED 2019 framework
The importance of SEND across all of the 4 areas of the framework
Gathering and presenting evidence to demonstrate effectiveness of SEND provision in your setting
The importance of monitoring and the triangulation approach
Working with your SEND governor, staff, parents and pupils on the shared vision of inclusion
Myth busting of expectations
"Showed us how to prepare, how to evaluate strengths and weaknesses, guidance and links to tools and resources to prepare us for better learning for all, including SEND"
Afternoon session: Resilience and Independent Learning
Life is full of setbacks, but it’s how we react to them that matters, which is why the new Ofsted Inspection Framework places great emphasis upon the importance of resilience.
We will explain the concept of resilience, demonstrate its’ importance upon children’s learning and emotional wellbeing and provide a wide range of practical, simple strategies that can help you to develop resilience within your students, and within yourself!
"Reference to resilience for us as well as the students"
There will be opportunities to share good practice and networking with local SENCOs over lunch and refreshment breaks. We will also be on hand to offer advice as SEND consultants across primary and secondary settings.
Your speakers will be:
Claire Ashton, ADys BA (Hons), PGCE, PgCert in SENCo, PgCert SpLd Dyslexia, PgCert SpLd Dyscalculia, AMBDA, ATS, MBPsS, SpLdAPC (Patoss)
Clare Woodcock, ADys BEd (Hons), NPQSL, PgCert SpLd Dyslexia, AMBDA, ATS, SpLdAPC (Patoss)
Dr. Jonny Craig, Applied Psychologies, DAppEdPsy
Join us as Ergo, Bridgehead Business Park, Boothferry Road, Hessle, HU13 0GD from 9.30-4pm. A buffet lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Tickets are available on Eventbrite for £149 or £129 early bird* and current Applied Psychologies and ADys customers.
For more info email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
* Early bird discounts are available for orders placed before Friday 21 February, 2020.