Championing the inclusion of children with SEND in mainstream primary and secondary schools
Gary Aubin is Head of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities for a Multi Academy Trust and author of The Lone SENDCO: a Handbook of 300 questions and answers for the busy SENDCO. A secondary teacher, former primary and secondary SENDCO and former secondary Head of Year, in his role as SEND Content Specialist for the Education Endowment Foundation, Gary has spoken with hundreds of school leaders about the evidence base behind high-quality teaching for SEND. He also authors the SEND Matters UK blog.
In this live, 2-hour Q&A for primary and secondary school settings, delegates have an opportunity to put their questions directly to Gary. Once booked, you’ll also receive an email from Thrive inviting you to share questions with him in advance.
If you'd like to understand ...
- How to motivate disengaged learners
- How outcomes should be worded
- The way to assess SEND for a child with EAL
- The specifics inspectors looking for
- How to take your relationship with parents to the next level
- How best to support transition for pupils with SEND
- The most productive way to work with the school’s Career Officer
... you're in the right place.
Whatever your question, if you’re a SENCO or Headteacher in a primary or secondary setting, this interactive Q&A with Gary Aubin may be a fit.
‘Q&A for the Busy SENDCO’ is worth 5 CPD points to Thrive Licensed Practitioners and is happening on Zoom on 5th October between 3.30pm and 5.30pm.
About Gary Aubin
Gary Aubin is the author of The Lone SENDCO, a handbook of 300 questions and answers for busy SENDCOs. He works as the Content Specialist for SEND for the Education Endowment Foundation; in this role, he has spoken to hundreds of school leaders about the evidence base behind high-quality teaching for SEND. Alongside this, he leads on SEND provision for a Multi Academy Trust. He is a secondary teacher, former primary and secondary SENDCO and former secondary Head of Year. Gary also authors the SEND Matters UK blog.