Workshop Dates: 6th and 20th November; 11th December & 15th January, 19:00-21:30, Venue Richmond AID, 4 Waldegrave Road,
TW11 8HT (Dates and venue still subject to change for 2018/19)
‘A brilliant course with great speakers and made me feel positive about moving to secondary school.’
‘I am meeting with my child’s school this week and I will use a lot of this info for our meeting’
‘Excellent workshop. Very instructive to hear different experiences’
‘Thank you. As someone who just arrived in London (from New York!) and just navigating this new SEN system, you have been a beacon of hope!’
Action-attainment's annual workshop programme, to help parents and teachers understand planning for a child’ s transfer from primary to secondary school and beyond is booking up now. The workshops are especially relevent now that EHCPs extend to 25 enabling families to plan access to education pathways.
Funding from Richmond Parish Lands and Community Learning is helping to subsidise costs to run these invaluable workshops in 2017/18. Places can be booked in advance, so to secure your place please use this Eventbrite link for tickets. Some free tickets are available on application from A-a using the contact form link on this page.
An introduction to how sensory, motor and communication needs affect learning and behaviour. How observation and detective work at primary school leads into planning for secondary school transition and further education.
Parent Panel. Three parents explain how they worked with teachers and other professionals to identify and put in place strategies to help their child's transition to secondary school. The parents have experience of education in mainstream, private and specialist secondary schools.
Educational Reports - how can they help us. What is the impact of a child's cognitive, sensory, social and communication profile on their transition to Secondary School. Which reports can help provide evidence of need and support.
Legal workshop. When do parents need to get legal help to secure support for their child's education. SinclairsLaw explain the implications of new Special Needs legislation and Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs). These now extend to cover supported education at college for 19-25year olds opening new opportunities for access to training courses.
Sinclairs have worked with families to progress young people from Secondary education into mainstream college with special school support for education around professional skills and living independently using the new EHCP.