SENCo provides KS1 and KS2 special educational needs co-ordinators with useful ideas, practical guidance and thoughtful insights relating to SEND provision in primary schools across England and Wales.
Mainstream primary schools have a duty to include and properly support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities, but doing that requires leaders, teachers and specialists alike to be mindful of a wide range of different issues.
Our aim with SENCo is to explore those issues in more depth. Our contributors include prominent authors, academics and noted specialists in the field – people who can write knowledgeably and powerfully about the issues SENCos care about most.
SENCo’s writers and interviewees include experienced teaching professionals, prominent authors and noted specialists – people who can communicate knowledgeably and powerfully about the issues schools care about.
Pick up tips on how to best support pupils with particular needs and learn about the innovative SEN approaches and initiatives being pursued by forward-thinking staff and schools.
Read our experts’ takes on the hot topics of the day, and get up to speed with the latest developments shaping SEN provision across the country.
In each issue you'll find four original lesson plans with an emphasis on differentiation and activities that can be tailored to the needs of pupils requiring additional support.
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As well as hearing from some of the profession's most notable figures, We also seek to feature the voices of parents, children and adults with experience of SEN, who can offer valuable perspectives of their own.
Consultant teacher at the Driver Youth Trust
Autism specialist, teacher and consultant
SEND consultant and former chair of the NAHT Special Education Needs Committee
Headteacher, Carwarden House Community School, Surrey