Key Points
  • Understanding the 7 Aspects of Engagement and how to implement them in the classroom
  • Creating a holistic and engagement led curriculum to support pupils with SEND
  • Ensuring the best outcomes for pupils with SEND, helping to close the SEND attainment gap


Overview
Workshop Leaders

  • Pearl Barnes, Founder, SENDISS
  • Abigail Hawkins, SENCO

    Join us to hear how to create and implement a holistic and pupil centred curriculum . Learn from industry experts on the impact of removing P Scales and what will follow for mainstream schools.

    Explore what teachers can do to enhance the school experience for pupils with SEND while removing barriers in the curriculum, improving delivery and boosting social, emotional and academic outcomes.

Agenda
Start

08:45 - 09:15
Registration

 

09:15 - 09:45
Chairs Welcome: Improving Practice and Outcomes for Children with SEND

 
  • Ensuring the best outcomes for pupils with SEND, helping to close the SEND attainment gap
  • Explore what teachers and schools can do to enhance the school experience for pupils with SEND
  • Understanding the removal of P Scales and what the future holds for children with SEND in mainstream education

09:45 - 10:45
Understanding the 7 Aspects of Engagement and How to Implement them in the Classroom

 
  • Exploring the new statutory standards and recommendations from both the SEND inquiry and Rochford Review to change how SEND pupils are assessed
  • Analysing the 7 Aspect of Engagement, understand the impact and delivery to SEND assessment
  • How to prepare for the implementation strategy 2020 and reviewing the future of SEND outcomes

10:45 - 11:15
Refreshment and Networking Break

 

11:15 - 12:15
Delivering a Holistic Curriculum for SEND pupils

 
  • Designing an effective, engaging and driven curriculum for pupils with SEND to boost social, emotional and academic outcomes
  • Removing barriers in the curriculum for pupils with SEND to improve delivery and weaknesses
  • Engaging with evidence and knowledge to provide a meaningful curriculum and assessment process

12:15 - 13:15
A School’s Experience of Implementing and Delivering an Engagement lead Curriculum for pupils with SEND

 
  • Understanding how to develop a flexible curriculum, led by engagement related objectives and assessment
  • Explore how engagement-based assessment can impact pupils with EHCPs and children with SEND without plans
  • How to measure engagement, assessing the benefits of engagement led practice and how this can increase learning for pupils with SEND 

13:15 - 13:25
Chairs Closing Remarks

 

End

Venue details

Central London


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