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23
23 Apr
Supporting Children with Speech and Language Needs
Day 1- Supporting Children with Language difficulties led by Emma Carter Supporting Children with Language difficulties is for Teaching Assistants who work with identified children who are experiencing difficulties with language learning and who are struggling to communicate with others. This event will focus on language development and explain why communication can break down. The day’s programme will combine teaching sessions with practical activities as well as opportunities to discuss current experiences. Delegates will be given an overview of resources as well as practical approaches to help children with language learning difficulties achieve and make progress. The event will be led by a Speech & Language Therapist, who is an experienced schools’ trainer from the NHS Children’s Therapy Service. Day 2 - Supporting Children with Speech sound difficulties led by Sally Widdowson Supporting Children with Speech Sound difficulties is for Teaching Assistants working with identified children who are experiencing difficulties with speech sounds and who are struggling to communicate with others. This event will provide an overview of the factors which can affect the development of speech sounds and what this means for literacy learning. The day’s programme will combine teaching sessions with practical activities as well as opportunities to discuss current experiences. Delegates will be given an overview of resources as well as practical approaches to help children with speech sound difficulties achieve and make progress. The event will be led by a Speech & Language Therapist, who is an experienced schools’ trainer from the NHS Children’s Therapy Service.
23
23 Apr
Early Years SENCO Termly Update
• Updates for the Early Years SEND and Inclusion Handbook • Gain Information Local Updates • Gain Information on National Updates • Discuss AOB in relation to the role of SENCO
25
25 Apr
Early Years First Aid
This training will cover the following topics enabling the delegates to complete and understand how to deal with: • Duties of a First Aider • Scene Assessment • Primary assessment of casualty • Secondary assessment of casualty for life threatening injuries • Safe Airway Position • CPR, including infant resuscitation • Unconsciousness • Head injuries • Fainting • Cardiac Arrest & Heart Attacks • Allergies • Epilepsy • Diabetes • Poisoning • Asthma • Wounds and bleeding • Fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries • Burns and scalds • Understand First Aid Legislation, accident book, RIDDOR and contents of First Aid box. Please bring photo identification (drivers licence etc) on the first evening. The course is very practical and you will be required to act as a casualty for other participants. Please wear clothing that maintains your modesty.
26
26 Apr
Early Years First Aid
This training will cover the following topics enabling the delegates to complete and understand how to deal with: • Duties of a First Aider • Scene Assessment • Primary assessment of casualty • Secondary assessment of casualty for life threatening injuries • Safe Airway Position • CPR, including infant resuscitation • Unconsciousness • Head injuries • Fainting • Cardiac Arrest & Heart Attacks • Allergies • Epilepsy • Diabetes • Poisoning • Asthma • Wounds and bleeding • Fractures, dislocations and soft tissue injuries • Burns and scalds • Understand First Aid Legislation, accident book, RIDDOR and contents of First Aid box. Please bring photo identification (drivers licence etc) on the first evening. The course is very practical and you will be required to act as a casualty for other participants. Please wear clothing that maintains your modesty.
28
28 Apr
SIMS - New SIMS User
Delegates will explore the key functionality and features within SIMS. This will include a basic overview of the SIMS System, editing core pupil data and extracting this data using various reports.