Inclusive High Quality Teaching within a whole school Graduated Approach to SEN Support
Kate Browning explores some of the key approaches to adapting teaching to enable pupils with SEND to have the best possible chance of learning within the framework of a whole school graduated approach. She also looks at the role all leaders play in supporting this endeavour.
3 takeaways from Kate’s training session
– Understand the importance of The Graduated Approach being built into rather than bolted onto whole school practice –
– Come away with a range of approaches to adapting class teaching to ensure it is ‘inclusive by design’ and can respond to the strengths and needs of children and young people with SEND –
– See how all leaders can work together to build a whole school approach to an even better quality of education for children with SEND –
This session is aimed at SENCos and those in leadership roles in mainstream primary and secondary working with children with SEND.
Kate received great feedback from SENDCOs who watched her LIVE broadcast
This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
“Some great slides which I will share with teachers
at my school.”
“A really clear and direct presentation that I am definitely going to share with staff at school to get them thinking about scaffolding.”
About the Creator
Kate Browning / School Improvement for SEND Specialist Consultant
Kate Browning is a School Improvement for SEND Specialist Consultant. She is a well-regarded lead professional both locally and nationally in school improvement for children and young people with SEND.
Kate has over 20 years of experience as a teacher, SENCO and Local Authority School Improvement Officer for SEN. She was also interim Education Development Officer for nasen, where she supported the delivery of nationwide training on the SEND Code of Practice with the Department for Education. She now works with Teaching School Alliances, MATs, local authorities and individual schools to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEND across the primary and secondary phase. Kate also teaches the National Award for SEN Coordination and is an associate lecturer on SEND for Warwick, Northampton and Derby Universities. Kate has delivered keynote speeches and seminars at many conferences and events such as The Education Show, nasen Live and TES SEN.
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