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Webinar: Leadership of SEND: Building a Culture of Collective Responsibility

  • Webcasts
  • 17 Nov 2021
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This series of three linked webinars begins with an understanding of how to use data strategically to lead SEND provision and foster a collective responsibility for SEND within your setting. The first session is presented by WSS National SEND Leader, Malcolm Reeve.

We explore effective leadership strategies for curriculum and middle leaders. There are also opportunities to reflect on the recent inspection landscape; reviewing case studies of settings who have experienced an Ofsted visit within the Autumn 2021 term.

Sessions are suitable for all practitioners in leadership roles, across all phases of mainstream and specialist settings.

Part 1: Malcolm Reeve, National SEND Leader, presenta on the key pillars of SEND Leadership; SEND Code of Practice and the effective use of SEND data by middle/phase leaders. 

Part 2: During this session we present case studies from SENDCO colleagues who have had recent Ofsted inspections (Autumn Term) and reflect on key questions around collective responsibility for SEND. Hear from:

  • Case Study 1: Cheryl Tindale, SENDCO at Trinity Academy, Doncaster (2.53 timestamp in recording)
  • Case Study 2: Hayley Mannion, Assistant Head and SENDCO at St Therese Of Lisieux Catholic Primary School, Stockton-on-Tees (11.52 timestamp in recording)
  • Case Study 3: Meg Holmes, SENDCO at Archbishop Holgate’s School, York (21:24 timestamp in recording)
  • Case Study 4: Rachael Danson, SENDCO at Framwellgate School, Durham (31:46 timestamp in recording)

Part 3:

A range of case studies from curriculum /phase leaders on effective SEND Leadership and the impact on provision.

Suitable for: Assistant Head Teacher, Deputy Head Teacher, Head Teacher, Inclusion Manager/Leader, SENCO, Senior Leader

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