Listen to East Midlands SENCOs describing why the welcome key is so essential. #keystoinclusion Derek and Colin had just delivered SENCO Award training at NTU – the Keys to Inclusion.
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SENDCOs reflect on the importance of the long view for their practice as part of #keytoinclusion training with Colin and Derek of Inclusive Solutions.
Colin and Derek provide annual training on the SENCO Award course for Nottingham Trent University.
‘Looking back and looking forward’
This video considers the importance of reflecting on our history in terms of peoples views about disability and difference in society. Moving on to the importance of looking ahead when making decisions about children’s lives now.
More information about Keys to Inclusion training here:
Jacqui and Colin Newton run training for Year 6s to be effective Peer Mediators.
Managing classroom conflict is something that teachers have to practice on a daily basis and even the best teachers struggle to keep a bustling classroom under control at times. Kids are often especially volatile after a long summer – and this year they’ll be facing tumultuous changes to the classroom that will further disrupt order.
Challenging behaviour training and other resources are invaluable elements of any teacher’s ongoing training, but for now here are some strategies to help you manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.
Colin and Elliot Newton facilitated over 50 EPs and SEN practitioners in Bristol to create a shared vision and plan for increasing inclusion and the use of person centred planning processes across the city. This was part of a 4 session course on person centred planning.
The last session in our Children’s Mental Health series: Inclusion and Promoting Mental Health in mainstream schools – run by Colin and Elliot Newton and featuring Marnie Aston via Zoom webinar was well received.
An online Teachable course for this topic is coming soon. In the meantime, check out our other available courses HERE