Listening to pupils, working with parents to create effective EHCPs and cooperative annual reviews
Sarah-Jane Critchley explains how to tap into pupil voice and partnership with parents to create an EHCP that enables a pupil to learn and the school to deliver life-changing support. She provides a parent and pupil perspective, for mainstream, specialist provision and those out of school.
3 takeaways from Sarah-Jane’s training session
– Understand the legal requirement to engage with pupils and parents –
– Know why pupil involvement is essential and how to capture it with the aid of parents as partners –
– Learn how to engage a pupil and their parent to make it achievable –
This session is aimed at SENCOs, Inclusion Managers, class and form teachers involved in contributing to EHC Plans, and parents of children with SEND.
Watch this preview of Sarah-Jane’s presentation…
Sarah-Jane received great feedback on her LIVE broadcast
This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
“It was good to hear from someone who was sharing their experiences both professionally and personally.”
Gail Chappell, EHCP Manager – Weatherfield Academy
“Gave me some things to think about in supporting staff development.”
Gail Hull, Access Arrangement Assessor – Priestnall School
About the Creator
Sarah-Jane Critchley / Founder, Different Joy Partnership
Sarah-Jane Critchley is Founder of the Different Joy Partnership focused on helping autistic people, their families, friends and supporters live happier lives of their own choosing. She is also the internationally recognised author of ‘A Different Joy: The Parents’ Guide to Living Better with Autism, Dyslexia, ADHD and More…’ and a contributor to two titles on autism and girls, as well as an international keynote speaker.
For over 10 years, Sarah-Jane managed the Autism Education Trust, working to improve educational provision for young people with autism. She identifies as autistic and is the proud mother of two young adults (a late-diagnosed girl and boy), has been married to her husband for nearly 30 years and shares her home with 2 Aspie cats.
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