The graduated approach briefings are aimed at SENDCos and other staff members of educational settings, who support the needs of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Lincolnshire. The briefings focus on removing barriers to learning and implementing effective special educational provision by embedding a robust graduated approach across educational settings.
Graduated approach briefings occur regularly throughout the year, starting in October. We are now fast approaching the last round of briefings for this academic year, which you can still Book onto our MS Teams or face to face meetings
At the same time, pelase can you complete our annual survey to tell us your views and what you would like to include in the briefings for the next academic year
See information on past meetings, including slides, recordings and presentations
April and May 2023
Welcome and notices; workforce development; teaching school hub - early careers teachers’ offer (pre-recorded video as they were not present in person); visual processing clinic updates; LPCF updates; dyslexia outreach – dyscalculia & maths difficulties and top ten tips to support students with dyslexia; apprenticeships; and supporting children with down’s syndrome.
Updates from Teaching School HUB, Whole School SEND & LPCF; EBSA process and associated paperwork; and supporting sensory processing differences.
Brief presentations from whole school SEND, DfE mental health leads and Lincolnshire services supporting the graduated approach
Community paediatrician referrals, Valuing SEND, Rainbow readers, LPCF update, graduated approach update,
Lincolnshire teaching school hub; updates on inclusion toolkit, Local Offer and VSEND; Whole school SEND, The emotionally based school avoidance pastoral support programme
Please note that the graduated approach briefings, or sections of them, will be recorded for use on the council’s professionals’ website. By booking a place and attending the briefings, it is assumed that you agree to this. If you do not wish to be recorded, you have the option of watching the recordings later.
Further details of the council’s communication privacy notice