SEND and Inclusion Service

SEND and Inclusion Service

SEND and Inclusion Service

 

Building schools’ capacity to deliver outstanding provision and outcomes for SEND and inclusion.

An experienced Inclusion Adviser will work closely with your SENCO and inclusion leads to create a bespoke package of support which draws on the extensive expertise of the BDSIP Inclusion Team. This includes specialists in autism, language and communication, SEMH, cognition and learning, literacy and numeracy, and outstanding leadership in SEND and inclusion.
Focusing on your individual school priorities, our inclusion specialists will:

 

  • Facilitate the effective implementation of the SEND Code of Practice (2015) and ensure compliance with the Equalities Act (2010)
  • Support effective self-evaluation, action planning and policy development
  • Ensure SENCOs and inclusion leads can make informed judgements with respect to whole school SEND and inclusion practice
  • Ensure your school has high-quality provision for SEND and inclusion, both with respect to Quality First Teaching and bespoke packages of support
  • Model the teaching of programmes of learning for SEND
  • Deliver high-quality CPD to support the development of outstanding inclusion practice in your school
  • Mentor and coach new SENCOs and inclusion leads to become outstanding practitioners
  • Support your SENCO with the identification of SEND
  • Provide high-quality specialist support and advice for specific SEND categories of need
  • Support your school leaders to develop and implement a curriculum for SEND and vulnerable learners which demonstrates clear intent and outstanding impact on progress
  • Provide advice and guidance to support you in meeting the needs of individual SEND and vulnerable learners
  • Review SEND and inclusion policies and practices with school leaders to support preparation for Ofsted under the new framework guidelines.

BDSIP will provide at least six full days to work in partnership with your school on your SEND and inclusion priorities.

Pricing:  £2,700–£4,800 depending on cohort size

Contact: Lee Boyce, Principal Adviser, SEND and Inclusion, on 07890 630 644 or lee.boyce@bdsip.co.uk

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I have just started a working partnership with our Inclusion Adviser but have been so grateful for her support and quick responses to school needs and follow up. We are still early in our SEND journey as a fairly new primary school. Together we have been able to map out stage two provision across the school. Our next steps are to provide structured training to staff linked to our priorities. Our Adviser has brought experience and knowledge which has supported building our network with a range of specialists and linked us to schools at similar stages or slightly ahead of us to help strengthen our provision. I look forward to growing the partnership over the coming months.

Rachel Hanna, Primary SENCO, Eastbury Community School

Of whole-school Positive Behaviour Management CPD session:

I would just like to thank you and Paul again, you were both excellent. In addition to the very positive evaluation, there have been several members of staff that have mentioned the impact it has had on them both professionally and personally. I definitely think that many schools would really benefit from having a similar session.

Matt Murphy, Headteacher, Henry Green School

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