New Short Breaks Application Form - October 2016
Shorts Breaks Application Form

 

Pathway One and Two Short Breaks for Disabled Children: A Parent/Carer & professionals guide to applying directly for Short Breaks
Pathway One and Two Short Breaks for Disabled Children

This application form is for parent/carers & professionals in Nottingham City who wish to apply for a short Breaks Budget for either up to £1600 per year (Pathway One), or up to £6000 per year (Pathway Two). This application can be completed by the parent/carer or professional.

 

This guide is to be used by families & professionals to apply for a short break from Nottingham City Council.

 

 

SENCO Network Presentation Nov 2016
Presentation November 2016

Reviews, reports and consultations.

 

UK Disability History Month
UKDHM 2016

 

UK Disability Month started on 22nd November.  The theme for UK Disability Month (UKDHM) in 2016 was disability and language. 

It focused on the language used to describe people and t he language disabled people used to express themselves.

The Rochford Review: final report
Final report

 

Review of assessment for pupils working below the standard of national curriculum tests

 

SENCO Conference Friday 7th July 2017 - Breaking News
SENCO Conference details

 

 

Neil MacKay (MEd, Dip SpEd, AMBDA) - secured for Keynote Speaker!

Neil is a freelance consultant and trainer who created the concept of Dyslexia Friendly Schools.

 

Teaching Assistant Annual Conference 2017
TA Annual Conference

 

Friday 27th January 2017 09:00 am - 3:30pm. Hosted at the luxurious Doubletree by Hilton Hotel, Nottingham.

To book a place phone The Primary Team on 0115 87 64560 alternatively email primary.team@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

Autism Education Trust (AET) Schools Training Autumn/Spring/Summer Term 2016/17
Autism Education Trust Schools Training

 

 

Autumn Team staff provide bespoke training to meet your needs including Lego Therapy, Intensive Interaction, Social Narratives and Addressing Sensory Issues etc. For further information contact the Autism Team on 0115 87 65311 or email AutismTeam@nottinghamcity.gov.uk

http://www.autismeducationtrust.org.uk/

 

Inclusive Learning Course - Creating an Autism Friendly Classroom
Creating an Autism Friendly Classroom

Suitable for all professionals and practitioners working with children on the autism spectrum, or those with language and communication difficulties and sensory sensitivities.

Inclusive Learning Course - Developing and supporting social skills for children on the autism spectrum
Developing and supporting social skills

 

Suitable for all professionals and practitioners working with children on the autism spectrum, or those with language and communication difficulties.

 

Inclusive Learning Course - Creating a dyslexia friendly classroom
Creating a dyslexia friendly classroom

Suitable for all professionals and practitioners.

Delivered by Nottingham City Learning Support Team.

Inclusive Learning Course - Developing and supporting use of pupil voice
Use of pupil voice

Suitable for all professionals and practitioners working with children with a range of SEND.

Delivered by Nottingham IES Team.

Inclusive Learning Course - Supporting Children with Identified Emotional, Behavioural and Social SEN

Emotional, Behavioural and Social SEN

Suitable for new teachers & TA’s. Supporting Teaching and Learning in schools with Behaviour, Emotional and Social Development Needs.

 

 

SEND Peer Review Report Nottingham City 3 & 4 November 2016

SEND Peer Review Report

Service/Areas Covered by Peer Review including details of any interviews/focus groups, numbers of cases looked at etc.

 

SEND: The schools and colleges experience

Experience with schools and colleges

 A report to the secretary of state for Education by Lee Scott.

 

SEND Schools Briefing October 2016

SEND Schools Briefing Presentation

 

 

Aims to address questions raised in recent months/consider how LA and schools can work together in coming months to develop strategic approach to address challenges faced by city schools/children and families.