Free training: The 5 Golden Threads Of Effective Practice For SEND In PVI Settings
April 16, 2021
nasen is proud to announce a series of 3 live seminars that have been developed as part of the Early Years SEND Partnership Project funded by the DfE.
The three sessions examine the following:
- An introduction to effective practice in PVI settings and a closer look at the staff team as the first golden thread of effective practice for SEND
- The importance of a strong parent partnership and the early identification of SEN
- The provision for children with SEND and creative ideas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
The seminars are based on the findings of case studies which were carried out in PVI settings in 9 Local Authorities across the country.
All three seminars are each repeated once and offer Early Years professionals opportunities for discussion and the sharing of effective Early Years practice in meeting the needs of young children with SEND .
The dates and booking links are as follows:
Tuesday 11th May 10.00am-12.00pm – Thread 1 https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-staff-team-0
Wednesday 12th May 10.00am-12.00pm – Thread 1 https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-staff-team
Tuesday 18th May 3.00pm-5.00pm – Threads 2 and 3https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-parent-partnership-and-identification
Wednesday 19th May 10.00am-12.00pm – Threads 2 and 3 https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-parent-partnership-and-0
Thursday 20th May 2.00pm-4.00pm – Threads 4 and 5 https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-provision-children-send-and-covid
Monday 24th May 10.00am-12.00pm – Threads 4 and 5 https://nasen.org.uk/events/5-golden-threads-effective-practice-send-pvi-settings-provision-children-send-and-covid-0
These seminars are going to be a mixture of listening to the presentation, discussion and sharing of ideas with colleagues from across the country and self-reflection of practice in the delegates’ own settings.
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