The SEND Review Update What the consultation tells us and what to expect next?
In this session, SEND Consultant Jane Friswell reflects on the common areas of criticism, as well the areas of strength the SEND Review Green Paper provides us.
Jane outlines key implications for schools, parents and Local Authorities. Then concludes on what we expect to happen next with the Green Paper, particularly in light of the recent government leadership change and national priorities adjustment.
This FREE training session will help your school understand
what the SEND Review might mean for your pupils with SEND
3 takeaways from Jane’s training session
– Identify the key positive takeaways from the SEND & AP Green Paper –
– Identify the key criticisms of the SEND & AP Green paper and establish their validity –
– Develop an understanding of the next steps process for the Green Paper –
This session is ideal for anyone with an interest in the future of SEND. It’s particularly aimed at Local Authority Inclusion & SEND Leadership, Headteachers, SEN Governors, SENCOs and parent carers.
Teachers loved hearing from Jane Friswell at our Virtual SEND Conferences
“Very clearly presented by Jane. Lots of useful ideas to take back into school and discuss with the Headteacher.”
Anita Coleman, Assistant Head/Inclusion Lead – St Margaret’s CE Primary
“The information presented was really useful and the staff and I can implement a lot of key ideas quickly and easily.”
Jo Vizor, Head of Learning Support – The Elms School
“Thank you Jane – really informative and helpful. Learned a lot!”
Ellen Croft – Inclusion and SEND Hub Leicester City
“Yes, a fantastic presentation – very thought provoking.”
Claudia Mee, SENCO – Barnardiston Hall Preparatory School
About the Creator
Jane Friswell / SEND Consultant and Parent Advocate
Jane Friswell is a former SEN Head Teacher, with significant leadership experience in LA SEN Support advisory roles and as Chief Executive at nasen. Jane is now Director of Jane Friswell SEND Consultancy. An innovative support agency for those working in SEND that specialises in leading effective strategic review of provision for children and young people with SEND. It commissions co-productively with young people with additional needs to effect improvement at local level.
Jane has a wealth of experience and successful SEND and School Improvement leadership of national and international projects. This includes government policy advisory support and developing training and education services for teachers, SENCOs, senior leaders and governors. As well as LA SEND Peer Challenge and Sufficiency Review, and school inspection, Jane also provides advisory support for children and young people’s mental health. Find out more about Jane Friswell.
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