On the blog below, you will find links to helpful resources and recent SEND articles to help provide high quality provisions in your classroom.
This article discusses tiered learning, differentiation and scaffolding and the benefits and drawbacks of these approaches.
This practical framework is designed to help TAs scaffold pupils’ learning and encourage independent learning. TAs should move down the layers in turn.
This guidance on preparing young children for learning literacy was produced by the Education Endowment Foundation. It focuses on the teaching of communication, language and literacy to children between the ages of 3 and 5. However, it may also be applicable to older pupils who have fallen behind their peers, or younger pupils who are making rapid progress. This is part of a series of reports that the EEF is producing on the theme of literacy and earlier reports cover the typical requirements of teaching literacy in Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2.
A good explanation of the autism spectrum.