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SEND Provision Reviews
Using Appreciative Inquiry and Grounded Research methodology, #TeamADL either facilitate or train other leaders to undertake a review.
Our mission is to draw out the best in people, organisations and localities. By using coaching models, we elicit sustainable solutions and increase local capacity.
#TeamADL is acutely intentional in delivering any training. Programmes include both strategic and operational objectives, that can be measured.
Across #TeamADL we host a range of professional networks, face-to-face and online. The focus of each differs, however the fundamental premise is the capacity-build.
#SENDSDO is a partnership between #TeamADL and SEND-IT. This partnership provides settings with a framework for delivering a strategic framework for SEND and a digital solution to maximize impact and minimize paperwork.
SEND leader Planner 2019-20
You know, we know SEND Leadership
Being a SEND Leader can be very demanding and too often it is time poor role, that requires spinning many plates simultaneously. Developed from experience of leading the provision of special educational needs and disability (SEND) in a variety of settings, this planner has been designed to make the role easier, and we believe simpler. Thereby freeing up time for SEND Leaders to focus less on paperwork and more on children, young people and their families.
Filled with many ready to use planners, systems and structures for the academic year, the SEND Leader will be able to not only use their time effectively, but also develop others alongside them too.
This year's planner is a special edition, that has been dedicated to: Baroness Helen Mary Warnock DBE, FBA (1924 – 2019)
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"The Provision Review Approach, we learnt to deliver from #TeamADL helped us as school leaders understand perceptions by different partners, including students and parents. We uncovered trends and areas for improvement, which we would have not previously considered."
AHT, Secondary School