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SEND inspections can be a challenging and stressful time for any school. It is vital to prepare well in order to achieve the best outcome and to ensure that SEND pupils are getting the support they need.
This one day training course will explain how to prepare accessible information reports, identify the impact of interventions and update school websites with relevant SEND information.
Ideal for designated safeguarding leads, SENCOs, head teachers and SEND governors, delegates will benefit from a compressive review of the essential requirements of a SEND inspections.
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About the course tutor:
Tricia Murphy (nee Barthorpe) has spent over 40 years in Education and was the former Headteacher of the Special Educational Needs Support Service in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire.
In 2006 she published “Beyond Inclusion” with Dr Rona Tutt. She has been both President of the National Association for Remedial Education and the National President for the National Association of Special Educational Needs (NASEN) in 2002 and 2003.
She was awarded “Woman of Achievement in the Public Sector” in 2003.
She was part of the NASEN delegation to Hong Kong in July 2006 and lectured at the first TATA Learning Disabilities Conference in Mumbai in November 2006 and has been part of NASEN delegations to Mumbai and Kolkuta .
She has lectured at the BESA/GESS shows in Dubai and at BESA/ASIA in Kuala Lumpur.
Recently she has semi-retired, married, opened a special vintage tea business and become a trainer for Headteachers, teaching staff and teaching assistants on many aspects concerning education particularly Pupil Premium and social, emotional and mental health issues.
She has been described as “warm and witty with an earthy sense of realism about the world of education”.
Registration and refreshments
Documentation and safeguarding of SEND and vulnerable children
Interventions and impact
"All your ducks in a row"
SEND Information Report Ready for Ofsted
Evaluation questions and refreshments
No dates are available.
To raise awareness of particular aspects required for inspection of SEND
To identify impact and diminishing the difference for SEND and vulnerable children
Designated Safeguarding Leads
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Who should attend?
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