SEND SLEs

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Kelly Aldred

Vicky Platt

Michelle Unstead

If you would like to work with one of our SLEs, please contact us

SEND Reviews

SENDCO and Regional Deputy SEND Leader for East of England and North-East London Michelle Unstead has been trained by NASEN (National Association of Special Educational Needs) to conduct SEND reviews of schools, including the NEW COVID-19 SEND Review Guide July 2020.

Further Reviews available under the Whole School SEND Review Suite include:

  • Effective SENDCO deployment 

  • Teaching Assistant Deployment Review

  • Whole MAT SEND Review

 

These reviews aim to ensure that children and young people with SEND are visible in their school, well supported in their learning, and included across all aspects of school development.

To book a review in your school, please contact us.

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SENDAT Outreach

EASTA member SENDAT's Outreach service supports schools in meeting the needs of pupils with complex educational needs.


Typically, pupils triggering the involvement of the Outreach Service will have complex learning needs and advice may have been sought from an Educational Psychologist or ALS (SEN). 

 

Training is available on a variety of topics including:

  • Curriculum differentiation for Downs Syndrome

  • Specific training on teaching methods and learning styles linked to a range of disabilities and conditions

  • Differentiation: a practical approach

  • Planning and assessment tools.

Wider school-focused work is also available. To find out more, contact           outreach@outreach.sendat.academy

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