A special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO) is responsible for many aspects of school life, including: assessing, arranging specialist provision, making difficult decisions about provision and resources, training, providing support and advice.
Being a SENCO can be stressful due to the demanding nature of the role, and we are here to support SENCOs in their role and make the process of obtaining time with a psychologist quick and simple in addition to facilitating SEND paperwork.
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We help SENCOs in their role by providing a broad range of school services and school assessments. As the person responsible for co-ordinating special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) provision, a SENCO’s role in identifying needs, providing support and bringing in professionals is a challenging one. Being the first, and often only, port of call to any and all SEND questions adds extra challenges to the role. We offer instant access to our team to alleviate the problems created through waiting for a response from a specialist. Assessments will be completed to suit a school’s requirements and timeframe.
We are here to ease the stress of SENCO responsibilities by:
Our service can be commissioned through service level agreements, and in a standalone capacity when necessary. With a service level agreement schools will have a designated professional who truly understands the need for a consistent service to save time and make a SENCO’s role easier. Read more about our school commissioned services.
Our on site staff training is available for INSET days and twilight sessions, and the content will be appropriate for staff and school needs. Our specialist team can carry out bespoke training according to requirements. Please contact us to talk to a member of our team and find out more. With new legislation and government guidelines appearing it is hard to stay on top of each change and priority, especially in regards to SEND and mental health within schools. In addition to our whole school services to support in the implementation of systemic approaches to address new government goals, we offer training sessions and events. Read more about the range of external CPD events we offer.
We are passionate about continuous professional development, as an an independently owned and controlled not-for-profit social enterprise we believe providing CPD is essential to achieving our mission of maximising the wellbeing and potential of children and young people.
We provide clinical and educational psychology courses, workshops and training which are flexible, competitively priced and dedicated to maximising social impact.
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We implement achievable interventions and recommendations within education settings. Our process is based on an ‘assess, plan, do, review’ cycle with students’ needs at the heart of everything we do.
We offer a broad range of psychological services developed around specific needs, including specific assessments and school services. To discuss how we can best support you and your students please contact us to talk to a member of our team and book your free initial discussion.