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Q-Tales EU-funded project update

July 29, 2016

Sarah Norris and Jonathan Bond have worked with a host of European partners to help build Q-Tales. This project aims to increase children’s engagement with the written word. At its heart is a demographic approach to curation that is needs-focused and develops specific literacy skills. Q-Tales aspires to become the largest vertical approach in the […]

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We’re looking for experienced EPs to take on bespoke pieces of work

June 10, 2016

Please contact us if this piques your interest.

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Examining hearing impairment with Susan Daniels OBE

August 27, 2015

‘Deafness is not a learning disability and yet in England just 36% of deaf children achieved five good GCSEs last year, compared to 65% of hearing children.’ Susan Daniels OBE in the 12th issue of The SEND Practitioner In line with Susan Daniel’s startling statistic, we published the 12th issue of The SEND Practitioner on the […]

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Our SEND Programme delegates graduate at Middlesex University

July 15, 2015

It was lovely and rewarding to witness our dedicated delegates receive their PGCerts and MEds at Middlesex University this morning. To see their months and years of hard work come to fruition on their day of graduation means a great deal to all of us at Real Training. Congratulations to all of our hard-working graduates […]

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The SEN-reform health check with Brian Lamb OBE

June 2, 2015

‘If you stick with the values behind the Code of Practice – with its real focus on outcomes (not provision) and on parental and young people’s involvement – you will see real, improved outcomes. … Let these positive outcomes determine your path and your provision will follow.’ Brian Lamb in the 11th issue of The SEND […]

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We’ve just had a great time at nasen Live

May 22, 2015

We had a super time exhibiting at nasen live on 20–21 May. It was great to meet so many people and to introduce them to the merits of our Professional Assessment Programme; National Award; CCET and MEd SEND. We also enjoyed attending excellent talks by leading education lawyer Mark Blois and nasen chief executive Jane […]

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Colin Newton sheds light on person-centred planning

April 27, 2015

‘Let’s make inclusion happen between us, nobody else is going to do it. Don’t wait for the government, and don’t wait for the DfE. We have got to do this together really. Let’s move forward and let’s use the person-centred planning way of working as tools to enable us to reach a truly inclusive society […]

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Exploring the SEND legal landscape with leading education lawyer Mark Blois

February 27, 2015

‘As a lawyer it’s easy to highlight the weaknesses and vulnerable spots in the legislation and the risks and the legal pitfalls that we have discussed. However, if SEND practitioners get hung up on the pitfalls and negatives, rather than seizing the opportunity to try and push through cultural change, then we probably won’t see […]

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Exploring Channel 4’s Educating the East End and the SEN landscape

November 29, 2014

‘[Our] inclusive approach, combined with effective classroom support (particularly in maths and English), means that we are able to meet the needs of our students.’ Francesca Richards (Frederick Bremer’s SENCO) From senior management, to school staff; from pupils, to parents; Educating the East End is a singular triumph that champions the nurturing power of a school […]

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Jane Friswell answers your questions about SEN reform

October 20, 2014

‘Keep calm and don’t panic. If you’re confident that you’re providing good quality provision for all children in your setting, then the new SEN requirements should not be a great challenge for you. Whatever you do, make sure that you use this year as an opportunity to review and reflect on your good, and maybe […]

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