part of Community First Academy Trust
|Dates:||10th October 2022|
|Delivered by:||Simon Cox and Charlotte Hindley|
Pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) have the greatest need for excellent teaching and are entitled to provision that supports achievement at, and enjoyment of, school. The attainment gap between pupils with SEND and their peers is twice as big as the gap between pupils eligible for free school meals and their peers. However, pupils with SEND are also more than twice as likely to be eligible for free school meals.
In this twilight session we will explore the EEF’s five evidence-based recommendations to support pupils with SEND, providing a starting point for schools to review their current approach and practical ideas to be implemented.
Simon Cox is director of the Blackpool Research School. Research Schools were set up by the EEF and aim to share what they know about putting evidence into practice and support schools to make better use of evidence to inform their teaching and learning. Simon is an experienced secondary maths teacher and school leader, and regularly speaks at conferences and delivers training for schools about evidence-informed teaching.
You will be invoiced for your booking after the training; please do not issue payment before receiving your invoice. Payment is due within 30 days of the invoice date.
Payments can be made by cheque payable to Kingsbridge EIP SCITT, Rivingtin Ave, Platt Bridge, Wigan, WN2 5NG.
Cancellations made within 2 weeks of the training date or non attendance will be subject to a 100% charge. Cancellations made 2 weeks prior to the training date will not be charged.