One of our most popular resources ever published, which has been an invaluable source of reference for thousands of SENCOs across the country, has been updated for 2010! This second edition of the popular SENCO Handbook will provide you with the information you need to achieve the National SENCO Qualification and ensure that you create positive outcomes for your SEN pupils. Feel reassured that you have covered everything and save time with the downloadable forms, proforma and audits that you can adapt for your own setting and share with colleagues. The authors are all experienced practising SENCOs, SEN experts or advisory SEN personnel. Knowing your role, they present this crucial information clearly, helping you accomplish all of the many tasks required within a busy school environment. This accessible, practical reference tool is clearly presented to help SENCOs effectively manage and organise the SEN provision within their school or organisation. The SENCO Handbook (2nd Edition) is a unique publication. The handbook collects together all of the information that a busy SENCO or SEN/inclusion manager will ever need, within one easy-to-use folder.
You will also receive an accompanying CD-Rom to help you save time, which contains downloadable lists, proformas and audits that you can adapt for your own setting and share with colleagues. Write your review By reviewing our products and sharing your experience, you'll be helping your colleagues decide which resources to invest in, and you'll be providing us with invaluable feedback to use in devloping future titles. So don't be shy and let us know what you thought. You can see what other people said about this product here. Comments on the first edition: A useful source - the Handbook has a lot of quality materials in it which will save a lot of time.A" Brian J Sparks, Head of Curriculum and Learning Support at Stanchester Community School As a new SENCO, the Handbook has been invaluable in guiding me through my first year, particularly the section on the role of the SENCO and the Proformas.A" Liz Nourse, SENCO, Chelmsford County High School for Girls