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SENCO At A Glance: A Toolkit for Success is an essential book for Inclusion Coordinators and SENCOs who want to excel at their job.
Light on text and filled with innovative, time-saving resources, this book will help you to achieve the highest standards in all aspects of your work, with practical guidance on:
- recording pupils' progress in a way that informs teaching, but also in a way that provides easy-access information about how well interventions are working throughout the school
- auditing and planning SEN provision in your setting
- recruiting, training and supporting your team of colleagues
- planning and delivering INSET
- coordinating the sharing of information between school, multi-agency professionals and parents
- keeping well-informed and up-to-date
- gathering information which can be used to demonstrate your effectiveness to senior managers and colleagues, governors, parents and OFSTED/HMI
- how to self-evaluate and develop further as a professional.
If you are passionate about your work and want only the best for the pupils in your care, you need to know (and be able to show) what you're doing, how well you're doing it and what to do next: this book will be your guide!
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About the Author
Linda Evans has been a teacher, SENCO, lecturer, advisor and OFSTED inspector, and most recently editor and publisher of books on all aspects of SEN. She is currently working as an independent writer and consultant, and is editor of SENCO Week and G&T Update (Optimus).
Table of Contents
Acknowledgements Introduction 1. SENCO as Manager - Your role and status in the school - Provision audit, policy and development planning
- Selection, training and monitoring of TAs/LSAs - Support for NQTs and trainee teachers
- Demonstrating effectiveness
2. Making an impact on teaching and learning - Every Child Matters - Helping teachers to develop awareness of high incidence needs - Specific difficulties and removing barriers to achievement
- Helping teachers to identify children with SEN and plan accordingly - Targeting and planning in-class support
- Helping teachers to monitor and record progress
3. Working with other people: professionals, parents and governors - Joint working and Service Level Agreements
- Planning and chairing meetings - Parents - Pupil participation
In conclusion Glossary Bibliography