What training do staff supporting children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities have?
In order for inclusion to be successful, all of our staff benefit from on-going access to support, training and resources. A key aspect of this is mutual support and we readily share expertise between members of our staff with parents and carers so that we can work as a team most effectively to support children. Outside professionals are frequently involved in training with staff, parents and carers.
As new needs and educational research arise staff are provided with up-to-date training.
Currently staff have received training in –
- Teamteach – a positive approach to supporting behaviour and de-escalating challenging situations involving positive handling;
- Autism Spectrum Disorder;
- Down’s Syndrome;
- Precision teaching;
- Paired reading;
- FFT Early Literacy Intervention;
- PEIC-D (Promoting Early Interactive Conversations);
- Attachment disorder;
- Learn to Move – Move to Learn (Motivators);
- Early Help Assessment (EHA) training & lead professional training;
- ELSA – Emotional Literacy Support Assistant training;
- Bereavement and loss;
- Safeguarding – Levels 1,2,3 as well as other specialised training;
- Medical – first aid, epipen, diabetes, individual training around care plans and any medical equipment;
- Including the Hearing Impaired Child;
- Signalong – a sign supported communication system;
- PECs a picture exchange communication system to aid communication.