This course will help you to track progress and provision for pupils with SEMH in a mainstream setting. It includes theory and pedagogy context to define and understand the difference between SEMH and behaviour. We will show how SEMH range maps are used
in the classroom and explain how tracking systems for behaviours and policy can be used to ensure the right provision is in place. Delegates will observe quality first teaching for SEMH in KS1 and KS2 classrooms to show which strategies are working and how
this impacts on student behaviour and learning.
Facilitator: Beth Farrar, SENCO Long Lee Primary School and Head of the Silver Birch DSP for SEMH Specialist Leader of Education (SLE)
Date and Time: Thursday 31st January 2019, 9.30am—12.30pm
Venue: Long Lee Primary School, Cherry Tree Rise, Keighley BD21 4RU
To book a place please call Hina Hanif on 01274 779662 (EXT199) or alternativelly email firstname.lastname@example.org