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The SEND Health Check – Where are you at? What do you need?

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We will explore: How you can audit your own SEND provision, policy and practice. What quality assurance should you be doing? Useful tools to support your self-evaluation. Effective action planning to drive SEND forward in your setting. Presented by Beccie Hawes - Cadmus Inclusive

Literacy in Schools: the whys, whats and hows of supporting our students!

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This seminar is aimed at professionals working with young people who have literacy difficulties. We will discuss the roots of young people’s difficulties in literacy. We will then explore why we need to know what is making reading and writing tricky for our students. Different support strategies, both academic and social may be needed depending […]

What is dyscalculia and how can we help?

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This webinar will explore what dyscalculia is, how we can identify learners with dyscalculia and what we can do to support children who are struggling with Maths. Presented by Judy Hornigold

Pathological Demand Avoidance

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We will explore: The characteristics and diagnosis of Pathological Demand Avoidance. What PDA can look like in the school. The barriers to learning and wider school life a pupil with PDA may face. Recognising potential triggers. Supportive strategies. Presented by Beccie Hawes

Developing Receptive Language

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We will explore: Supporting pupils to develop their understanding of vocabulary in the classroom. The Derbyshire Language Scheme approach. How to recall language effectively. Visual supports. Presented by Beccie Hawes - Cadmus Inclusive

Difficulties Learning, Stress and the Lack of Sleep: alleviating the headache!

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“Insomnia Disorder is listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th ed (DSM-5). Research indicates bidirectional links between Insomnia Disorder and mental health: anxiety, depression, low levels of resilience, emotional dysregulation, hyperarousal, substance abuse in adolescents, quality of life, non-fatal self-harm, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Work needs to be done in schools […]