Now you’ve got the EHCP, what can schools do next to ensure it makes a difference in practice?
Kate Browning looks at the important practical next steps needed to implement an EHCP effectively. This includes effective communication and information sharing, mapping and monitoring provision, outlining roles and responsibilities and preparing for the first annual review. This session focuses on promoting a collaborative person-centred approach which upholds high expectations.
3 takeaways from Kate’s training session
– Leave the session with a step-by-step process for implementing the educational provision as outlined on an EHCP –
– Be aware of the most common hazards that can beset the effective implementation of an EHCP and have a plan to avoid them –
– Establish roles and responsibilities for key staff –
This session is aimed particularly at SENCOs, but would be useful also for SLT, teachers and other education professionals who work with schools to implement provision outlined on an EHCP.
Watch this preview of Kate’s presentation…
Kate received great feedback on her LIVE broadcast
This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
“Fantastic slides… very clear. Kate is easy to listen to and gave me several things to reflect upon. I plan to re-listen and share key points.”
Gail Hull, Access Arrangement Assessor – Priestnall School
“Really useful strategies to implement.”
Alison Ravenhall, SEN Teacher – Bilton C of E Junior School
About the Creator
Kate Browning / School Improvement for SEND Specialist Consultant
Kate Browning is a School Improvement for SEND Specialist Consultant. She is a well-regarded lead professional both locally and nationally in school improvement for children and young people with SEND.
Kate has over 20 years of experience as a teacher, SENCO and Local Authority School Improvement Officer for SEN. She was also interim Education Development Officer for nasen, where she supported the delivery of nationwide training on the SEND Code of Practice with the Department for Education. She now works with Teaching School Alliances, MATs, local authorities and individual schools to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEND across the primary and secondary phase. Kate also teaches the National Award for SEN Coordination and is an associate lecturer on SEND for Warwick, Northampton and Derby Universities. Kate has delivered keynote speeches and seminars at many conferences and events such as The Education Show, nasen Live and the TES SEND Show.
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