Key Points
  • Designing an effective, engaging and driven curriculum for pupils with SEND to boost social, emotional and academic outcomes
  • Life after P-Scales, creating a curriculum using the 7 areas of engagement to build personalised pathways
  • Removing barriers in the curriculum for children with SEND improving delivery, planning and assessment


Overview
Workshop leader:
  • Elizabeth Murray, Director of Curriculum Support – Secondary & Primary, Priestnall Academy


  • Join Westminster Insight’s Special Educational Needs and Disability workshop to hear from experienced teachers and local authority practitioners on delivering a personalised curriculum for SEND students in mainstream classrooms. You will explore how to improve aspirations, outcomes and student experience.

    Learn how successful multi-agency working can help to develop holistic support for SEND students both in and out of school. Explore life after P-Scales, Priestnall Academy will share their implementation of the ‘7 areas of engagement’ helping to create personalised pathways that could be applied to mainstream schools.

    Sharing strategies to build engagement with evidence and knowledge, this workshop will provide an opportunity to discuss how to create a meaningful curriculum and assessment process that benefits both students and staff.

    Join colleagues from local authorities and, primary and secondary schools, to overcome barriers in mainstream education for children with SEND.

    Agenda
    Start

    08:45 - 09:15
    Registration, Refreshments and Networking

     

    09:15 - 10:30
    Workshop Leader's Introduction and Session: Beyond Differentiation - Planning and Delivery for Personalised Learning in the Mainstream Classroom

     
    • Life after P-Scales - learn how one school is using the 7 areas of engagement to plan personalised pathways for their students with SEND and consider how similar principles might be useful for mainstream settings
    • Consider leadership strategies which enable informed, regular personalised planning for pupils with SEND
    • What does inclusive classroom delivery look like? Exploring a framework for personalised planning and delivery in the mainstream classroom



    Speakers

    Elizabeth Murray Director of Curriculum, Priestnall School

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    10:30 - 11:15
    Improving Expectations and Outcomes for Students with SEND in Mainstream Education

     
    • Designing an effective, engaging and driven curriculum for pupils with SEND to boost social, emotional and academic outcomes
    • Removing barriers in the curriculum for pupils with SEND to improve delivery and weaknesses
    • Engaging with evidence and knowledge to provide a meaningful curriculum and assessment process

    11:15 - 11:45
    Refreshment and Networking Break

     

    11:45 - 12:45
    Enhancing Joint Up Working to Deliver a Holistic Curriculum for SEND pupils

     
    • Understanding how to develop a flexible curriculum, led by engagement related objectives and assessment
    • Explore how engagement-based assessment can impact pupils with EHCPs and children with SEND without plans
    • How to measure engagement, assessing the benefits of engagement led practice and how this can increase learning for pupils with SEND 

    12:45 - 13:00
    Workshop Leader Closing Remark's

     

    End

    Speakers

    Elizabeth Murray Director of Curriculum, Priestnall School

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    Venue details

    Zone 1 Central London


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