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.
It’s long been the case that mainstream primary schools have a duty to include and properly support pupils with special educational needs and disabilities – yet it’s an area within our education system that continues to involve considerable complexity and the need for staff to be mindful of a wide range of issues.
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.
The essential read for primary SENCos
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What readers can expect from SENCo's pages
Readers will find expert tips on how to provide appropriate support for pupils with a range of particular needs, ideas for engaging classroom activities and opportunities to learn from the SEN approaches being pursued by forward-thinking staff and schools across the country.
From the hot topics of the day, to areas of ongoing debate, our contributors are able to explore a range of issues and developments relating to primary SEN provision with an experienced, critical eye.
Aceville᾿s education branch serves professionals working with children from ages 0 to 16. The top experts in the field distil their advice through brands such as Teach Primary, Teach Secondary, Teach Early Years, Teach Reading & Writing, Teachwire, SENCo, Technology & Innovation and Nursery Business.