Monitoring and Evaluating Mainstream SEND Provision

Closing the gaps and evidencing progress

This course aims to:

▪ recognise high quality inclusive practice

▪ develop monitoring and evaluation skills

▪ evidence the impact of provision on the progress of pupils with SEND

▪ produce highly competent and effective SEND and inclusion leaders who will add value to school improvement.


Course Content:

This one day course provides delegates with an increased understanding of high quality inclusive practices. Delegates will recognise the synergy between the code of practice, the new National Curriculum and the Common Inspection Framework – thus enhancing their monitoring and evaluation skills. In addition, delegates will explore ways to evidence the impact of provision on progress for pupils with SEND.

Session One:    ▪ Time for change: The issues for mainstream SEND provision

Session Two:     ▪ Evaluating and evidencing outcomes for SEND pupils

Session Three:  ▪ Recognising high quality inclusive teaching practice.

Session Four:    ▪ Social, mental, emotional and health issues.

Session Five:     ▪ Evaluating the impact of leadership and management roles of the SENCo. 


Aimed at: SENCos, Inclusion Managers and Senior Leaders in Primary Schools.

Dates: Autumn Cohort: Wednesday 6th December 2017

Time: 09:00 - 16:00

Cost: £175 per delegate

Venue: Chesterton Primary School (Dagnall Street, Battersea, London, SW11 5DT)

Booking: To secure a place on this course, please complete a Course Booking Form and email: 

Further information: Please contact Kelly McQueeney at or call 0207 622 1619.


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