Inclusive Practice

Building a Pupil Profile

In line with the SEND Code of Practice Yes@ Areté Learning Trust seeks to support schools in developing a clear understanding of each student's stengths and needs - to work out what action the school or setting needs to take, not to fit a pupil in a category. 

Dyslexia Friendly School Good Practice Guide: The British Dyslexia Association the BDA have produced their Dyslexia Friendly Schools Good Practice Guide. This is a collection of good practice from Local Education Authorities, regional children’s services and schools across the UK. 

Whole School SEND ResourcesThe Whole School SEND consortium regularly publishes resources to support you with all aspects of SEND.

Effective SEND provision across the whole school: A short podcast with Gary Aubin

Follow the link below to download PowerPoint Presentations and resources to support cascading the Neurodiversity Training throughout your setting. There are a range of resources targeted at those working with Primary, Secondary, and Post-16 learners.

http://www.thedyslexia-spldtrust.org.uk

Teaching for Neurodiversity - A Guide for Specific Learning Difficulties

LEANS - Learning about neurodiversity at school: LEANS is a free curriculum to introduce pupils aged 8-11 to the concept of neurodiversity, and help them explore how it impacts school experiences. It is a teacher-delivered resource for the whole class.

YES@ Areté Learning Trust recommend that schools staff use the following to compile evidence of normal way of working.

JCQ Guidelines

Checklist - Normal Way of Working

We can provide schools with specialist assessors who will complete assessments to provide the evidence of need.

Below are some information and links curated by the Wellbeing in Mind Team. These links explore some of the key mental health issues facing young people today and they are intended as a supportive resource for both students and their parents.

Anxiety

Low Mood

Self-Esteem

Self-Harm

Sleep

Stess

Wellbeing

Exploring Adults First: An educational psychology intervention, supporting children and their parents.