Course description – Train your staff in new and innovative teaching methods.
The Loddon School have for many years used a fully integrated learning approach. The curriculum is designed around the child or young person selecting a number of preferred learning activities which are able to teach the key skills that child or young person requires at that particular time. The curriculum has been fully updated in line with the Rochford review and incorporates a highly comprehensive assessment and recording system.
Course aim – on completion of this training on the PLLUSS® curriculum, participants will be equipped with the basic skills and knowledge to implement a person-centred curriculum designed to facilitate learning through a whole approach which involves a structured process of assessment, analysis, and the planning of positive learning opportunities individuals with Special Educational Needs (SEN).
Duration – two days.
Target audience – teachers and classroom assistants employed within the Special Education Sector or anyone tasked with providing learning opportunities for individuals with special educational needs and challenging behaviour.
On completing the course learners will be able to:
- That people have different perceptions of behaviour and self-awareness amongst the support team is key to a consistent approach
- A person’s restrictive behaviour serves a valid purpose and the key aim is to identify this to inform a relevant plan
- Every person is different, and approaches are individualised to need
- Methods of planning and delivery are based on the concepts of positive behaviour support and social pedagogy.