Inclusion and Intervention Team
The latest training booklet can be downloaded below:
Inclusion and Intervention Team Centralised Training 2021-22 (PDF, 428KB) - updated 16 September 2021
Milton Keynes Play Association
MKPA deliver a wide variety of training and development opportunities which are open to all people especially those working with children and young people.
National Sensory Impairment Partnership
British Dyslexia Association
The British Dyslexia Association has introduced dyslex.io, a new one-stop site for everything you need to know about dyslexia, whether you are dyslexic yourself, a parent or carer of someone who is dyslexic, or a teacher or employer of dyslexic people.
As a mobile-first dyslexia resource, enables you to have information and advice on hand at all times. Dyslex.io has been designed to be dyslexia-friendly; the font has been chosen for its clarity and readability, and the accessibility panel allows you to customise text sizes and colour schemes so you can find the combination that works best for you.
Written content is presented under headings in drop down boxes to make sure it’s easy to find and accessible. Information is presented in different formats, including a host of animations, video interviews and training packages, with new resources being added regularly.
All of the resources and links are quality assured by the British Dyslexia Association and other leading UK charities so you can be confident that the advice you are receiving is accurate and current.
dyslex.io comes from a project funded by the Department for Education. It is led by the British Dyslexia Association in partnership with the Dyspraxia Foundation, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Patoss.
For more information, please visit: www.dyslex.io
You can also join dyslex.io on Facebook: dyslex.io and Twitter: @dyslex_io
Anti-Bullying Alliance ‘All Together’ Programme
The All Together Programme offers training, support and resources to schools to help them combat bullying. An All Together School is one that has proven its activity to reduce bullying of all children and schools can sign up to take part in the programme today. The All Together programme has been developed over the last three years and builds upon the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s previous SEND anti-bullying champion programme which saw significant positive results.
As part of the programme, the Anti Bullying Alliance and the Council for Disabled Children have made a short film in which young people discuss some of the positive things that they use the internet for. The internet has huge benefits to all young people and we recognise that young people with SEN are no exception to this and that they shouldn’t be deterred by any threat of bullying or personal safety. You can watch the film here.