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SENse Learning is on a mission to ensure no child is left behind, by providing bespoke, unique and innovative learning packages to children with additional needs who are out of school or struggling to attend.
Our foundations are built on trusting, secure relationships, providing flexible holistic approaches which encompass social, emotional and academic focusses. We advocate for a proactive system by supporting parents, school staff and authorities and inspiring positive change in SEN provision.
We have over 400 years of experience and expertise which we are now bringing to you, through our 2020/21 series of CPD webinars, offering insight and training into key effective strategies to support young people who have additional needs and are struggling in the current education system.
This is especially relevant following the impact that Covid-19 has had, and will continue to have, on students nationwide.
The first in our series of webinars will have a focus on Developmental Trauma and Attachment Difficulties.
We will give attendees an overview of these needs and the impact they can have on children and young people, including how these may present as behaviours within school and home.
We will touch on the impact that Covid-19 has had on all students and how through using a trauma informed approach you can support students within your setting.
We will aim to give you practical suggestions of activities and strategies that you can take away to use directly with your students.
Our CPD webinars are suitable for senior leaders, middle management, SENCOs, class teachers and learning support assistants to ensure that SEN provision is positive, effective and of high quality.
Lucy McMann – Managing Director of SENse Learning
Lucy has experience of working with children and young people with varying diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum Conditions, including PDA, Attachment Difficulties and Developmental Trauma, ADHD and mental health needs including anxiety. She has worked with students who are struggling to attend school.
Lucy is an Attachment Lead, trained through Louise Bomber and has extensive knowledge and practical experience of working with a range of young people with attachment and trauma needs.
Sophie Amos – Operational Director of SENse Learning
Sophie has experience of working with children both in and out of formal education. She has worked in a range of settings and has experience of working with young people who present with a variety of diagnoses, including ASD, PDA, Attachment Difficulties as well as students who are refusing or struggling to attend school.
Sophie has had a variety of experience supporting children and young people with trauma and insecure attachment through her years as a foster carer.
Each webinar will last for 2 hours. This will include a 1.5 hour presentation and activities/time for discussion and then we will end with 30 minutes for questions.
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