Our well-established Special Needs Support and Inclusion Service has vast experience of leading and shaping new initiatives at Local Authority level and providing school based advice on supporting children and young people with SEND from 0-25. We work with a range of National and Voluntary organisations to facilitate this.
From those who need to ‘catch up’, to those who have complex profiles and Education, Health and Care Plan’s, we are committed to improving their outcomes by providing expert support, advice and guidance.
We also promote inclusion and wellbeing through our holistic approach supporting equality for all. This is achieved through whole school PSHE education and wellbeing packages, EAL support and behaviour advice and guidance.
We run training events, conferences and online seminars to keep staff up to date with current good practice enabling them to deliver quality first teaching. We also offer bespoke consultancy to meet the specific needs of schools and settings.
We have an established working partnership with The University of Birmingham and worked together to deliver the accredited National Award for SENCo course. We have undertaken a range of school Improvement commissions and offer a SEND audit package.