OnDemand: Achieving Ofsted Outstanding - the Successful Experience of a SENDCo Working with the New Framework Webinar

As your school reopens be prepared for Ofsted. The new framework is really centered around curriculum - what is being taught and how.

Introduction

With inspections focusing less on results and instead more on the intentimplementation, and impact of the curriculum, SEND features throughout the framework, and we will look at how to evidence it's inclusion and consideration

Course Description

This course will prepare you to demonstrate your good practice. Often SENCo’s and Specialist Teachers for Learners with SpLD students are doing excellent work, which due to time constraints may mean that evidence is difficult to present.

This course will show how to work effectively and showcase your good practice.

A case study of a secondary school will be discussed and how the SENCO and the school managed to achieve an ‘outstanding/Excellent’ Ofsted report.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  • Explore developing their roles in leading and managing provision and supporting staff
  • To understand:
    • National expectations as set out by Ofsted and the DfE with regard to provision for SpLD pupils in mainstream school
    • How to enhance the support offered by support staff to SpLD pupils
    • How to develop supportive environments which maximise each student’s potential
    • The need for SEND consideration to be incorporated  in all areas of the school's services that it provides for their students, e.g., curriculum, extra curriculum, visits, careers, etc)
  • To develop:
    • Processes for recognising recording and tracking the progress of SpLD Learners, taking into account starting points and national expectations
    • The importance of providing professional development for all staff
  • Be able to
    • Evaluate the impact of the provision on closing gaps in progress and attainment, on pupils’ academic achievement
    • Create an inclusive learning environment within a secondary school setting
    • Develop effective links with the SMT and governing body

Eligibility

Delegates should be working with SpLD or SEND students in a secondary school

Target Audience 

Designed for  Specialist SpLD Teachers and assessors, senior leaders and SENCOs in secondary schools.

Timings/Access

This course is on demand and is a recording of a live event.

Delegates will have direct access to the event in the ‘My Online Events’ section of their account for two weeks from the payment date, and can watch as any times as they like during that period. Please allow a few minutes for it to appear, or refresh the page if necessary.

Terms & Conditions

Please note, this training must be paid in full before access is given to the webinar. By submitting a booking, you are agreeing to pay Patoss Ltd within 30 days. You are also agreeing to accept our Cancellation/Transfer Policy and Terms and Conditions which are shown at the bottom of the website page 

Delegates will be responsible for ensuring that they have suitable Wi-Fi, hardware and software to enable them to attend the webinar

Contact

Sheila Rostill, Webinar Administrator

E: srostill@patoss-dyslexia.org

T:   07956 644 786

When & Where

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Cancellation/Transfer Policy

Please ignore the date that comes up when you book your ticket. This refers to when the course was set up and does not affect your access to the course. 

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This course is worth 1 hour general CPD