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Specialist SEND
Training Providers

Discover more about our School-to-School Support, and our Courses & CPD

Welcome to LEARN

We provide bespoke CPD and school support through a wide range of specialist SEND and mainstream colleagues, some of which is SEND specific but our core focus is to ensure that every child receives access to high quality education across Lincolnshire and beyond. This includes our regular First Aid and Team Teach sessions.

Since opening in September 2014, we have developed a portfolio of programmes and have been fortunate enough to be involved in a DfE funded SEND support project. We are based in Lincolnshire but support the wider workforce in neighboruring counties.

LEARN are also proud to be the SEND partner of L.E.A.D. Teaching School Hub and have developed and written content for their offer this academic year.

With access to a wider network of specialist partners, we endeavour to ensure all of your CPD needs are met. If you cannot find what you are looking for, please contact us and we will signpost you to the right direction.

OUR VISION

To provide high quality Education for All across Lincolnshire and beyond.

In an ever-changing educational landscape, with SEND being high on the national agenda, LEARN seeks to maximise their impact through working collaboratively with a range of schools, with our vision to improve the quality of teaching and learning for those with SEND in all settings, improving the outcomes for all.

We aim to do this by harnessing expertise in SEND, inclusion, teaching, leadership and coaching resulting in high quality impact driven continuous professional learning for all practitioners.

OUR VALUES

What does this look like in practice?

• Collaborative working with a shared purpose, trust and respect.

• Promote, share and harness excellence in our local schools.
• Encourage others to engage in local alliances and school improvement partnerships.
• Outward looking partners who listen to and support local leaders.
• Enhanced pathways – training and development for SEND Leaders, teachers and support staff.
• School improvement driven through strategic leadership from system leaders working collaboratively to support shared goals.
• Experts (SLEs/Therapists/Consultants) working as a shared resource across Lincolnshire and wider.

Upcoming Courses

DateEventAvailabilityLocation
NEW COURSE: Thu 23rd June 2022Lego TherapySOLD OUTLEARN
Fri 24th June 2022Engagement Model (Session 2 of 2)SOLD OUTLEARN
Tue 28th June 2022Whole School Staff Behaviour ManagementComing soonLEARN
Wed 29th June 2022English Network (CIT Schools Only - 3/3)AvailableVirtual
Wed 29th June 2022New to SEND (Session 6 of 6)Contact UsLEARN
Thu 30th June 2022Team Teach Level OneSOLD OUTLEARN
Fri 1st July 2022Specialist Schools Leadership MeetingAvailableLEARN
Mon 4th July 2022Emergency First Aid at WorkAvailableLEARN
Tue 5th July 2022Middle Leader Forum (Session 3 of 3)Contact UsLEARN
Tue 12th July 2022Paediatric First Aid (Day 1 of 2)AvailableLEARN
Wed 13th July 2022Paediatric First Aid (Day 2 of 2)AvailableLEARN

Testimonials

What other schools have said…

“Taking part in the LENS Project has been very beneficial. It has opened dialogue between both the reviewer and the triad of schools. LEARN have facilitated positive discussion and enabled all three schools to reflect on current practice and crucially, ways to move forward. It has been vigorous and challenging but in a safe and supported manner. The triad are developing an invaluable support network and we are already sharing ideas, good practice and resources. We look forward to continuing this journey together.”

SEND Lead in School

The Team Teach trainer had extensive knowledge and shared this relating to real life school experiences. This was excellent and enabled us to put the situations into real context. There was so much guidance and repetition throughout the course to ensure we felt secure during, and after the training. Thank you.”

Deputy Headteacher, Specialist Secondary School
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