How your curriculum can support EHCP outcomes effectively
With the shift in schools over the past few years towards focusing on curriculum design and the increase in Education Health Care Plans (EHCPs), schools need to be confident in ensuring EHCP outcomes are supported through the curriculum. But how can this be achieved?
This session will help practitioners understand how EHCP outcomes can be tracked and used to support different curriculum areas effectively.
Zara Wright is currently Director of SEND at Weydon Multi Academy Trust and she’s also Deputy Headteacher at a LAN school for students with learning and additional needs. As a qualified SENCo with 15 years of experience in specialist and mainstream educational settings, Zara has worked with children and young people with a wide range of additional needs. Meeting the needs of pupils with SEND and supporting EHCP outcomes is central to her curriculum planning.
Your £10 purchase gives unlimited access to Zara’s training session for your whole school
Clarify key sections of EHCPs which support planning
Review how your current curriculum supports EHCP outcomes
Recognise how EHCP outcomes can inform curriculum planning
Who is the session aimed at?
This session provides advice and guidance for all staff engaging with students with SEND.
It’s particularly aimed at SENDCos, Subject Leaders, Lead Practitioners, SLT supporting SEND or Curriculum, Teachers designing secondary curriculums.
Zara had great feedback in the online chat from Teachers and SENCOs
who watched her LIVE broadcast on Supporting SEMH Students
“Zara, thank you for this presentation, it has been really informative and I’m looking forward to sharing this with my staff. ”
“Really helpful. Thank you!”
Ruth Byrne, Deputy Headteacher – Beaver Road Primary School
“Great ideas, thank you.”
“Yes great strategies. Thank you! “
About the Creator
Zara Wright / Director of SEND, Weydon Multi Academy Trust
Zara is Director of SEND at Weydon Multi Academy Trust and deputy head teacher at a LAN school. She has worked in specialist and mainstream educational settings for 15 years. She is a qualified SENDCo and holds an MEd in Inclusion. She has also worked as Mental Health Lead, DSL and Designated Teacher for Looked After Children. Zara works with a number of local charities to help promote support for young people and their parents. She has presented at Westminster Education Forum and The Virtual SEND Conference. She is currently studying for an MSc in Psychology.
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