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Consultation Response – SEN Place Plan

created by NB published on 10 October 2019

All local authorities are required to regularly review and update their plans about their SEN provision. The council undertook a consultation in the summer term 2019 seeking views about the type of SEN provision we need in Barnet.

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New Barnet Transition Passport

created by Samantha Rothwell published on 09 October 2019

We are excited to share the launch of our new Barnet Transition Passport. The Transition Passport was originally designed to support the post 16 transition of young people with additional support needs in Barnet. However, the template may be adapted to support the transition of children and young people at other stages of their education.

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London Councils Inclusive Practice Report

created by NB published on 07 October 2019

London Councils have recently published “Inclusive practice – The role of mainstream schools and local authorities in supporting children with SEND” highlighting some excellent practice in London schools and local authorities and prompting schools, local authorities and national government to think about what more could be done to ensure that all children access mainstream education where appr...

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Barnet SENCO Conference - Girls & Autism

created by Inclusion Advisory Team (IAT) published on 03 October 2019

Our Barnet Autumn term SENCO Conference was held on 2nd October 2019.   The focus for the day was ‘Girls & Autism’ with powerful and inspiring presentations from Emma Morittz, Dr Ramzi Nasir (Consultant Paediatrician) and Luci Rose (Lead Advisory Teacher, Autism Advisory Team). Feedback from the conference was extremely positive:

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New Literacy Skills Content Kit for Schools

created by Samantha Rothwell published on 25 September 2019

The Leading Edge Group for Literacy Difficulties have worked together to develop a Literacy Skills Content Kit for Schools.  The Content Kit came about from discussions with staff in a number of Barnet schools about what to teach Key Stage 2 and 3 children who are struggling to learn to read and write.  

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