WE run a range of standalone national and regional events to provide inspiration and practical tips on delivering a whole education.
We also hold a number of face-to-face days as part of our key programmes. All our events are designed around our four-part learning model – learning from peers, practice, experts and research.
In our first session, Janet Walker will explore the concept of the anxiety cascade, the window of tolerance and working with parent/carers/networks with differing views.
21st October 2021: Trust influence forum 1 – The application and misapplication of cognitive science in the classroom
The WE Trust Influence Forum provides you with the space and time to influence each other and the system and become a powerful, positive voice for change.
In our second SEND webinar, Gareth Morewood will share some of the strategies he has found effective when working with learners and their families.
In our third SEND webinar, Natalie Packer will explore how SEND leaders can support colleagues to embed inclusive HQT in the classroom
In our fourth SEND webinar, Abigail Hawkins will explore what effective provision mapping looks like.
Our fifth session will be led by Matthew Parker, who delivers the MITA school improvement course for school leaders and Maximising the Practice of TAs training for school staff.
In our sixth SEND webinar, Marc Rowland will explore the importance of having a clearly defined ‘intent’ for supporting vulnerable learners.
In our final session in the series, Natalie Packer will share her experience of the principles of an inclusive approach to assessment, a holistic model for SEND assessment and progress and examples of useful tools for the assessment of pupils...