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ADHD Specialist Programme - Understanding and Working with ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) ‘is thought to affect 3–9% of school-age children and young people in the UK’ (NICE 2013). It is essential that these individuals have a positive experience of care and support. For this to be achieved staff need a good understanding of ADHD and how to work effectively with the difficulties in their role.

Children with ADHD often need particular support and this programme will provide practitioners will key hints and tips on how they can best support young people who have a diagnosis of ADHD. In addition practitioners ought to be supporting p ...
Course Code: SFVSS 19/017

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SCERTS: an evidence based framework for supporting children & young people on the autistic spectrum (EVENT FULL)

SCERTS is an evidence based multi-disciplinary approach utilised by practitioners who work with children with social communication needs along the autistic spectrum.

The model addresses the most significant challenges associated with autism while drawing on a child’s strengths.

The framework enables practitioners to best plan how to support children to develop the priority skills of social communication and emotional regulation. Intervention therefore not only targets the development of communication and social interaction skills, but supports children to make relationships and manage fe ...
Course Code: EDU 19/102

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‘Managing Challenging Behaviour’ for Foster carers and Adoptive parents (Windsor and Maidenhead)

Managing children or young people who present challenging behaviours can be really tough for all parties involved , both emotionally and physically. It is important that there is the right support available to colleague affected by these issues.

As a foster carer, adoptive parent or special guardian – as for any parent or carer, from time to time, you may need to manage your child or young person’s challenging behaviour. This course will help you to better understand possible causes for this behaviour and how best to manage behaviour in a safe, positive and effective way. This course wil ...
Course Code: EDU 19/031
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Session 1Tuesday 26 March 201910:00 - 14:30Holiday Inn Maidenhead/Windsor, Manor Lane, SL6 2RA
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What does the Ideal Annual Review look like? - Session 3 The Review Meeting

Improving the timeliness, oversight and quality of our annual review processes is probably the highest priority for this academic year across the AfC SEN team. To make this happen, we need to work closely with our school SENCOs, Educational Psychologists and SEN Case Officers.

In order to achieve this AFC are planning four training sessions across this academic year which we hope every SENCo, Educational Psychologist and SEN Case Officer will attend. Each session will be run 3 times across Richmond and Kingston.

This is Session 3 of the programme. The purpose of the session is firstly to ...
Course Code: EDU 19/029
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Session 1Tuesday 26 March 201915:00 - 17:00Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, TW1 1BY
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What does the Ideal Annual Review look like? - Session 3 The Review Meeting (EVENT FULL)

Improving the timeliness, oversight and quality of our annual review processes is probably the highest priority for this academic year across the AfC SEN team. To make this happen, we need to work closely with our school SENCOs, Educational Psychologists and SEN Case Officers.

In order to achieve this AFC are planning four training sessions across this academic year which we hope every SENCo, Educational Psychologist and SEN Case Officer will attend. Each session will be run 3 times across Richmond and Kingston.

This is Session 3 of the programme. The purpose of the session is firstly to ...
Course Code: EDU 18/991

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Session 1Wednesday 27 March 201913:00 - 15:00King Charles Centre Surbiton, Hollyfield Road, KT5 9AL
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What does the Ideal Annual Review look like? - Session 3 The Review Meeting

Improving the timeliness, oversight and quality of our annual review processes is probably the highest priority for this academic year across the AfC SEN team. To make this happen, we need to work closely with our school SENCOs, Educational Psychologists and SEN Case Officers.

In order to achieve this AFC are planning four training sessions across this academic year which we hope every SENCo, Educational Psychologist and SEN Case Officer will attend. Each session will be run 3 times across Richmond and Kingston.

This is Session 3 of the programme. The purpose of the session is firstly to ...
Course Code: EDU 18/992
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Session 1Wednesday 27 March 201916:00 - 18:00King Charles Centre Surbiton, Hollyfield Road, KT5 9AL
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The Children’s Services Information Workshops (Windsor and Maidenhead)

Achieving for Children and their partners are launching their inclusion charter, early help strategy and updating on the Local Mental Health Transformation Plan. Children’s services within Achieving for Children are running 4 multi agency workshops in April 2019.

These workshops are an opportunity to hear about our exciting forthcoming transformation plans and how they will benefit the families in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

Staff from a variety of agencies and partners are invited to attend the workshops and will have the opportunity to share knowledge and information ...
Course Code: SFVSS 19/059
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Session 1Monday 1 April 201909:00 - 11:00Maidenhead Town Hall - Council Chambers, St Ives Road, SL6 1R
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Supporting Pupils with Difficulties in Reading Comprehension (Cancelled)

The National Curriculum states that ‘pupils should be taught to read fluently, understand extended prose (both fiction and non-fiction) and be encouraged to read for pleasure. Schools should do everything to promote wider reading’ (The National Curriculum in England, 2013).

However, that is often challenging when it is estimated that 10% of pupils have difficulty understanding what they read. These difficulties are usually separable from the pupil’s ability to decode the text. Consequently this type of reading difficulty can go unnoticed. Reading comprehension difficulties can arise from a ...
Course Code: EDU 18/335
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Session 1Tuesday 2 April 201909:00 - 15:30Twickenham Training Centre, 53 Grimwood Road, TW1 1BY
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The Children’s Services Information Workshops (Windsor and Maidenhead)

Achieving for Children and their partners are launching their inclusion charter, early help strategy and updating on the Local Mental Health Transformation Plan. Children’s services within Achieving for Children are running 4 multi agency workshops in April 2019.

These workshops are an opportunity to hear about our exciting forthcoming transformation plans and how they will benefit the families in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead.

Staff from a variety of agencies and partners are invited to attend the workshops and will have the opportunity to share knowledge and information ...
Course Code: SFVSS 19/060
Remaining places 79

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Session 1Wednesday 3 April 201914:30 - 16:30Maidenhead Town Hall - Council Chambers, St Ives Road, SL6 1R
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Young People’s Voices - Personalisation and Participation (SEND)

It is a fundamental right of all children and young people to be heard.

According to the most recently updated SEND Code of Practice guidelines (2015) it is essential that ‘Local authorities must ensure that children, their parents and young people are involved in discussions and decisions about their individual support and about local provision’.

In addition to this the guidelines also state that “Early years providers, schools and colleges should also take steps to ensure that young people and parents are actively supported in contributing to needs assessments, developing and reviewing ...
Course Code: SFVSS 18/285
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Session 1Thursday 18 April 201909:45 - 16:15King Charles Centre Surbiton, Hollyfield Road, KT5 9AL
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