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Support Groups

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Cost £50 non-SENJIT. Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs. for support groups.

Education of Young People in Public Care


EYPPC/SG MSc in Joint Professional
16/6/11 2.00pm – 4.00pm Practice
Educational Psychologists: Hearing Impairment
EPHI/SG
Social, Emotional and Behavioural Development
in Children with Speech, Language and
Summer 2011 Professional Development Programme
7/7/11 10.00am – 16.30pm Communication Needs
16/11/11 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Meeting Medical Needs
This popular and highly evaluated masters-level
module offers participants an opportunity to explore
SENJIT
MMN/SG research and practice in relation to the well-
30/6/11 2.00pm – 4.00pm SENJIT is a partnership between higher education, local authorities, schools Contact SENJIT at:
established links between behaviour and speech and
Peripatetic Teachers of the Deaf & Hearing Impaired language impairment. The MSc in Joint Professional and voluntary agencies and provides a centre of excellence to support and Institute of Education
Practice is for teachers and speech and language promote the education of pupils with SEN and disabilities. SENJIT works across University of London
HIP/SG
therapists working with children and young people all phases of education. 20 Bedford Way
1/4/11, 13/5/11, 8/7/11 1.30pm – 3.30pm
with speech, language and communication needs London WC1H OAL
Peripatetic Teachers of the Visually Impaired (SLCN). It was the first masters-level accreditation to This programme covers day and half day courses and support groups. SENJIT
be set within the speech, language and communication also runs some longer courses, details of which are available on request. Tel: 020 7612 6305
VIP/SG
9/5/11, 11/7/11 10.30am – 12.30pm framework initiated by the children’s communication or 020 7612 6273/4
charity ICAN and is endorsed by the Department for SENJIT courses are normally FREE to teachers from SENJIT local authorities
PRU Managers Support Group Fax: 020 7612 6994
Education, the Department of Health, the Royal College and institutions. Some LAs require attendance to have been approved by
PRU/SG of Speech and Language Therapists and the Training Senior Managers.
16/5/11 10.30am – 12.30pm and Development Agency for Schools (TDA).
Teachers in Charge of Units for Children with
Hearing Impairment For more information please go to: LAs currently subscribing to SENJIT are:
www.talklink.org or contact Kim Reynolds.
MN/HI/SG K.reynolds@ioe.ac.uk Barking & Dagenham Hackney Lambeth Southwark
12/7/11 1.30pm – 4.00pm
Barnet Hammersmith Luton Suffolk
Teachers of Children with Autism in Mainstream
Schools
Bexley & Fulham Medway Sutton
MN/AU/SG
Individual Subscription Scheme Brighton & Hove Haringey Merton Thurrock
22/6/11 1.00pm – 4.00pm Have you or your colleagues attended more Buckinghamshire Harrow Milton Keynes Tower Hamlets
Provision Management in Special Provision than seven SENJIT courses in the course of Camden Havering Newham Waltham Forest
PMSP/SG the year? Does your LA subscribe to SENJIT? Ealing Hillingdon Redbridge Wandsworth
Contact the SENJIT office 10.30am – 12.30pm If not, your school or support service could Enfield Hounslow Richmond Westminster
Early Years Area SENCO Development Group save money by taking out a SENJIT Individual Essex Islington Southampton Windsor
EY/SG Institution Subscription! Greenwich Kent Southend & Maidenhead
1/4/11 1.00pm – 4.00pm
To find our more, ring 020 7612 6305
or 020 7612 6273 for details.
www.ioe.ac.uk/senjit T: 020 7612 6305 or 020 7612 6273/4
SENJIT COURSES Summer 2011

SENJIT COURSES Summer 2011


Please bring this information to the notice of the appropriate members of staff. Photocopy reply slip on Hearing Impaired Conference 2011 Effective practice in the use of teaching/
reverse to apply for courses. All courses take place at the Institute of Education unless stated otherwise. 16th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm support assistants to support pupils with SEN
All course bookings are confirmed in writing at least two weeks in advance of the start of the course. £195 non-members SC/602/2S in mainstream schools
Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units 5th July 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
Taking account of restrictions on travel and training many £195 non-members SC/606/2S
Quality Circle Time: the heart of SEAL SEBD needs: meeting the challenge Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units
Teachers of the Deaf and colleagues currently face, the
17th May 2011 9.30am – 3.30pm 27th May 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm annual conference hosted by SENJIT and the Ewing Foundation This day will examine research on how schools are using
£195 non-SENJIT SC/594/2S £195 non-SENJIT SC/598/2S has been re-structured. The programme will reflect recent teaching/support assistants to provide for pupils with SEN
£95 SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units changes in educational provision and planning, and their and identify effective models of mainstream provision in this
Jenny Mosley runs this one-day workshop for early years This course is for mainstream teachers who want to extend implications for deaf learners. To be held at the Institute area. Participants will consider the implications in terms of
and primary practitioners on her systemic model Quality Circle their knowledge and understanding of SEBD and effective of Education for delegates from the West London boroughs strategic planning, day-to-day management and continuing
Time. Her approach recommended in the DCSF’s SEAL guidance. approaches within the classroom. Tutor: Pete Hrekow and neighbouring LAs. professional development. SENJIT frameworks for working
Jenny wrote the circle time guidance for this. Reference will be with TAs/SAs will be available as part of the course pack.
made to all aspects of the model – including Golden Rules and Working Memory in the classroom Using ICT to support learning for pupils with SEN For SENCOs, inclusion co-ordinators and members of
Golden Times. leadership teams in mainstream schools. Please note that
7th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm 24th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
this course is not appropriate for teaching assistants/
£195 non-members SC/599/2S £195 non-SENJIT SC/603/2S
Happier lunchtimes and playtimes (Day Two) support assistants. Tutor: Mary Hrekow
Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units
18th May 2011 9.30am– 3.30pm This one-day course will look at the range of ways in which
Why can Luke read a word on one page but forget it on the An introduction to provision management
£195 non-SENJIT SC/595/2S next? Why can Catherine spell ‘seize’ correctly during the ICT can support pupils with a range of SEN. Moving from
primary and secondary
£95 SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units weekly spelling test, but not in her own free writing? These the use of generic resources through to more specialist ones
Jenny Mosley’s introductory day on happier lunchtimes and and other questions are addressed by this highly interactive participants will receive an overview of current possibilities, 11th July 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
playtimes has been very successful and highly evaluated. course, which explores the reasons for poor learning, poor along with hands-on experience and a number of ideas to £195 non-members SC/607/2S
Attendees have requested a follow up. Anyone who has concentration and disorganisation. The day covers memory use in the classroom. Tutor: John Galloway Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units
attended the introductory day is welcome to come to Day Two. development, processes and function knowledge and a Provision Management is a strategic management approach
Jenny will support you in developing and reviewing action workshop session on improving memory. Tutor: Estelle Doctor. Are you identifying too many pupils with special which provides an ‘at a glance’ way of showing all the
plans and help you assess your progress. educational needs? provision that a school makes which is ‘additional to’ and
Drama for communication in KS1 ‘different from’ the school’s differentiated curriculum offer.
30th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
Managing our responses to the bullying of pupils This approach enables schools to audit pupils’ needs, plan
9th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm £195 non-members SC/604/2S
with SEN/D – anti-bullying policy & practice provision and systematically track its effectiveness in terms
£195 non-members SC/600/2S Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units
of pupil outcomes. The day will provide an introduction to the
19th May 011 10.00am – 3.30pm Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units Ofsted’s 2010 report, ‘The special educational needs and provision management approach for mainstream schools. For
£195 non-members SC/596/2S Over the last five years London Bubble theatre has been working disability review – A statement is not enough’ suggests that, SENCOs, inclusion co-ordinators and all those with strategic
Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units alongside health and education professionals to develop small ‘as many as half of all pupils identified for School Action would leadership responsibility for pupils with special educational
Much evidence confirms that children and young people with group drama sessions for children whose communication needs are not be identified as having SEN if schools focused on improving needs. Tutor: Mary Hrekow
SEN and/or disabilities are significantly more likely to be bullied having a negative impact on their learning and relationships. The teaching and learning for all.’ The day provides an opportunity
than their non-disabled peers. This one day course will explore sessions aim to engender a joy of creative communication. During to examine the evidence relating to this group of pupils and SEN and EAL
the issues, challenges and strategies to support both the targets this seminar we will present the research and evaluation findings the guidance provided in the SEN Code of Practice. Participants
and perpetrators of bullying. There will be plenty of opportunity of this work, practically introduce the drama approach and go on will work with colleagues to share ideas and approaches. 15th July 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
for discussion and review of recommended resources; ideal for to discuss the benefits of arts, health and education partnerships. For SENCOs, inclusion co-ordinators and all leading work for £195 non-members SC/608/2S
senior leaders, teaching and support staff, school governors and Led by Adam Annand, Associate Director of London Bubble. pupils with SEND in mainstream schools. Tutor: Mary Hrekow Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units
residential home staff. Tutors: Diane LeCount and Bill Whelan This is a repeat of last term’s course because of high
Dyslexia Awareness Developing resilience demand. Many teachers will find groups of learners with
Social assistance for the pupil with an autism 14th June 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm 1st July 2011 10.00 – 3.30pm SEN alongside groups with EAL in their classrooms. Some
spectrum condition individuals will have both sets of additional needs. This
£195 non-members SC/601/2S £195 non-SENJIT SC/605/2S
course looks at differences and similarities between the
25th May 2011 10.00am – 3.30pm
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learners and how common strategies can benefit both groups.
£195 non-SENJIT SC/597/2S Why do around 10% of children struggle to acquire literacy skills? Boosting resilience can inoculate against depression and other The course is aimed primarily at mainstream teachers who
Free to SENJIT subscribing LAs 2 units There are many myths about dyslexia but dyslexia is not a myth. mental illnesses and build self-confidence and achievement. are confident with SEN and SENCOs of pupils working
This one-day course will consider the social issues facing the This one day course has been designed for teachers, SENCOs This course will introduce participants to the application of within national curriculum levels. Please note that this
young person with ASC and explore a range of interventions and TAs who are interested in learning more about the facts and resilience theory for schools and to the seven `learnable’ skills course is not aimed at EAL practitioners. You will
and strategies to support the development of social realities of dyslexia. We will be looking at ways to understand of resilience. It will also explore school based intervention need some working experience of teaching both sets of
understanding for pupils in primary and secondary settings. dyslexia, practical classroom interventions for teaching pupils programmes designed to increase resilience in children and learners. Tutor: John Brown.
This course is suitable for staff working with pupils with with dyslexia as well as the relevant implications arising out young people. Suitable for SENCOs and teachers of KS2 and
language skills in excess of 6 years. Tutor: Annie Etherington of the 2009 Rose Report findings. Tutor: Cheryl-Ann Stewart KS3. Tutor: Dr. Ruth McConville