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Scsn conference

  1. 1. Lorraine Petersenlorrainep@nasen.org.uk
  2. 2.  2.8% of pupils across all schools have a statement ◦ 53.7% Mainstream ◦ 39.0% Maintained Special School ◦ 4.7% Independent School ◦ 1.9% Non – Maintained Special School ◦ 0.7% Pupil Referral Units 17.0% of pupils identified as having SEN (School Action and School Action Plus) with no statement DfE First Release – National Statistics January 2012
  3. 3.  Co-existing, Overlapping, Co-morbidity, Co- occurring Neurodevelopmental disorders, chromosomal disorders, poverty, environmental, mental health, alcohol, drugs and smoking, premature birth, modern medical science etc. Pedagogy and workforce to meet the needs of 21st Century child
  4. 4.  32,000 Service children in state-funded primary schools and 18,000 Service children in state-funded secondary schools. 63 per cent of Service children achieved 5+ A*-C grades at GCSE including English and maths compared with 59 per cent of non-service children. Service children are more likely than their peers to attend a number of different schools as they progress through the primary and secondary years. Service children experience greater social and emotional pressures than their peers. One parent may be away from home for long periods of time and may be serving in a war zone. Service children have lower attendance rates than their peers – also take holiday in term time Service children are less likely to have identified SEN
  5. 5.  SEND Legislation Pupil Premium Ofsted Framework Revised EYFS Framework Curriculum and Examination Reform Year 1 Phonics Screening Check School Funding Reform Teachers’ Standards Professional Development
  6. 6.  Proposal to remove school action and school action + Education, Health and Care Plans Accountability for spending additional funding on those pupils it is meant to support Loss of key services at LA level Loss of local control over provision Raising the participation age Professional development opportunities
  7. 7.  Curriculum approach and content Teaching styles Inaccessible teaching materials Inappropriate accommodation Inappropriate peer grouping Staff attitudes Deployment of support staff Special Educational Need
  8. 8.  High Mobility Lack of continuity of curriculum Teaching of Reading & mathematics Teaching styles Inconsistency in rules & expectations Language difficulties Making friends Low self-esteem and lack of confidence Examination systems Deployment of parent/s
  9. 9.  Early Identification Transfer of information to schools, local authorities and health trusts Parents and families Consistency of assessment process Trust Resources and funding Additional support within school - SENCO Support from Children’s Education Advisory Service (CEAS) and Service Children’s Education (SCE)
  10. 10. Lorraine Petersenlorrainep@nasen.org.uk 01827 311500

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