The SENCO Handbook – Leading Provision and Practice 1st Edition

Product code: 9781526465696

£28.99 exc. VAT

By Sarah Martin-Denham & Steve Watts – University of Sunderland

A new title from Corvin, a Sage imprint, which will give aspiring and practising SENCOs, teachers, Headteachers and Governors an in-depth knowledge and understanding of effective policy, provision and practice to meet the diverse needs of children with special educational needs and disabilities. Each chapter provides:

  • A theoretical underpinning
  • Evidence-based information and examples
  • Activities for professional learning and whole school development
  • Easy to use and adaptable templates and checklists for use in settings
  • Case studies to strengthen connections between theory and practice

Providing comprehensive coverage of current issues, the understanding of how to improve provision and practice in their settings and written with consultation from practising SENCOs, this is essential reading for those studying towards their National Award for Special Educational Needs Co-ordination.

Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Part I
Chapter 2: The Statutory and Regulatory Context
Chapter 3: Leading in the SENCO role
Chapter 4: Best Practice in Collecting and using Data
Chapter 5: Practitioner Enquiry
Part II
Chapter 6: Adverse Childhood Experiences
Chapter 7: Meeting the Needs of Looked After and Permanently Placed Children
Chapter 8: Social, Emotional and Mental Health
Chapter 9: Neurodiversity
Chapter 10: Learning and Physical Difficulties
Chapter 11: Preventing School Exclusion
Part III
Chapter 12: Person Centred Approaches
Chapter 13: Managing and Working with Support Staff
Chapter 14: Coaching and Mentoring
Chapter 15: Leading on Professional Learning

Additional resources are available online.

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