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Quality First Teaching in the Mainstream Classroom – Call 020 8368 5832 to run this INSET in your School
Session 1: What is Quality First Teaching? By the end of the session you will fully understand the latest SEND reforms as set out in the SEN Code of Practice 2014. You will have a clear knowledge of what the barriers to learning are and how Quality First Teaching can improve outcomes for pupils with SEND.
Session 2: Meeting individual needs in the classroom. How you can deploy your support staff to ensure that the learning needs of all pupils are met in the classroom. The session will involve how you can skill up your TAs to ensure that they have a specific focus on pupil progress.
Session 3: Practical Differentiation. This session will focus on the developing role of the SENCO to ensure that the needs of pupils with SEN are met through creative differentiation so they are in line with national averages in terms of progress.
Session 4: How do I know it is happening in my school? This session will give you the skills to be able to understand, question and challenge the teaching practices in your school through the introduction a user friendly tracking and monitoring system.
The new SEND Code of Practice became law in June 2014 and places significant responsibility on the SENCO to ensure that all SEN pupils progress in line with their peers. The CPD training course is designed to enable SENCOs and inclusion coordinators to use data, self-evaluation techniques and provision mapping to be able to plan provision for all students with specific needs throughout the school. This course can also be run in your school as an INSET.