This half-day workshop will focus on National, Regional and School level data around SEND to understand the unique context of each setting and reflect on differences in identification of needs. Understanding how Surrey Inclusion and Additional Needs framework can support SEND practices in schools.
Exploring inclusive approaches to assessment within school settings so that there is a clear understanding of underlying pupil needs. Focus on assessment, analysis, interpretation and what it means for the class teacher and how they engage pupils.
Whole school data analysis (including trends, gap analysis and multiple vulnerabilities and cohorts). Reviewing how data informs strategy and key actions in school settings.
This workshop is subsidised for all Surrey schools by Surrey County Council. The cost for this half-day face-to-face workshop is therefore only £20 for SAfE Subscribers and Non-Subscribers alike.
The beliefs, knowledge, understanding and/or teaching practices this programme aims to address:
• Use and understanding of national, regional and school-level data to improve SEND practice.
• Assessment, analysis and interpretation.
Intended Impact on practice:
• To use the knowledge and skills from this workshop to reflect on assessment systems and identification of needs in school and consider how to improve the use of these tools for improved outcomes for pupils with SEND.
Intended improvement and/or evaluation of impact for pupils, including those with SEND and/or disadvantaged backgrounds:
• Understanding how Surrey Inclusion and Additional Needs framework can support SEND practices in schools.
Price: SAfE Subscribers £20 / Non-Subscribers £20
Funded by Surrey County Council