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Nat. SIP working day 6 February 2018 Nat. SIP update and the national picture Nat. SIP working day 6 February 2018 Nat. SIP update and the national picture for SI within SEND Lindsey Rousseau Facilitator for Nat. SIP www. natsip. org. uk lindsey. [email protected] org. uk

Nat. SIP is • a unique national partnership, with more than 133 affiliated partners, Nat. SIP is • a unique national partnership, with more than 133 affiliated partners, of professionals and voluntary organisations working with children and young people with sensory impairment (SI) and their families • a partnership of people working together to improve outcomes for children and young people with sensory impairment through promoting collaborative working • Details, published guidance and outcomes from the Nat. SIP workstreams, including from the 2017 -18 contract programme, can be found on the Nat. SIP website: www. natsip. org. uk

We are now three quarters through the contract, 2017 -18, to provide delivery support We are now three quarters through the contract, 2017 -18, to provide delivery support to early years providers, schools and post-16 providers to improve outcomes for children and young people with sensory impairment Priority 1 – To enhance the capacity and knowledge of the front -line workforce Priority 2 – To develop the capacity of the broader SI sector

Some delivery headlines Objective 1: To enhance the capacity and knowledge base of the Some delivery headlines Objective 1: To enhance the capacity and knowledge base of the front line workforce 1. 1 Nat. SIP website: • Over 3, 300 user registrations on the site: 1, 100 + being ‘active’ users (registered users who have accessed one or more items of content) • 620 new registrations on the site in last 12 months • Usage levels are rising • The Sensory Learning Hub has had 3, 332 visits since April 2017. Users spend an average of 21 min 45 s looking at SLH resources, and look at 15. 5 pieces of content each • CPD training pathway document published 31 December 2018 • Find an Adviser extended from MSI to VI, next to HI

Some delivery headlines: 1. 2 Online. Training: • 43 delivery partners • Overall 253 Some delivery headlines: 1. 2 Online. Training: • 43 delivery partners • Overall 253 new course enrolments in Q 3, (419, KPI 200, since the beginning of contract year): HI 166, VI 184, MSI 69 • HI and VI courses for the FE sector transferred to the new web platform, designed for use on the full range of connected devices including mobile phones 1. 3 Development of face to face training and support materials for SENCOs: • 900 + SENCOs trained (through training providers) • 100% improvement confidence rating for working with CYP with SI in their settings • More training needs identified 1. 4 Develop a mainstream training pack: • The mainstream school training pack - linked to online resources through the training hub: ‘Getting Started’ • Quick guide – ‘top tips’ (in draft) for publication February 2018

Some delivery headlines 1. 6 Technology • Easy access technology guidance, 170+ downloads from Some delivery headlines 1. 6 Technology • Easy access technology guidance, 170+ downloads from website and delivered at SENCO training • Successful videos resulting also in requests for ‘hands on’ training 1. 7 Face to face training for TAs and support staff • 2 day TA courses for HI (London), MSI (Bradford and Kent), VI (London) • 5 day MSI RCE course in Kent and East Riding • 5 day Intervenor training (6 courses delivered – 10 scheduled) 1. 8 Examination access • Guidance on website updated and downloaded 560 + times • Pilot of online version this afternoon 1. 9 16 – 25 yrs • Apprenticeships HI and VI – 2 regional events for providers • Supporting Achievement in HE – for deaf students and VI students

Some delivery headlines Objective 2: To develop the capacity of the SI sector 2. Some delivery headlines Objective 2: To develop the capacity of the SI sector 2. 1 Strengthen the Sensory Learning Hub for SI professionals • Training Pathways 320+ visits, with PDF information pack downloaded 100+ times • ‘Getting Started’ 386 visits since October 2017 launch. 165 downloads of PDF version of the pack • 49 future-dated training events listed in SLH training calendar, visited over 1, 200 times since launch in September 2017 • Find an Advisor Pages visited 657 times since their launch in August 2017. The FAA directory has been accessed over 250 times • What Works Database contains 286 resource listings tagged with 23 SI specific key words. 241 visits since revision and re-launch August 2017. Average of 31 mins 52 s looking at these listings. Over 6, 700 views of individual listings, and over 5, 100 click throughs to the listed resources.

Some delivery headlines 2. 2 Train SI leaders for the future • Commissioning events Some delivery headlines 2. 2 Train SI leaders for the future • Commissioning events and clinics: evaluations 100% with 4 and 5 stars • Ofsted findings (this afternoon) • Further guidance paper in draft • Evaluating impact: three events - oversubscribed • 405 + downloads of the guidance checklist for services alignment with legislation 2. 3 Publish an evidence base of progress for MSI CYP • Tool kit in draft, for publication February 2018 2. 4 Develop a new framework for the support and deployment of CSWs • In draft for publication Q 4

Some delivery headlines: 2. 5 16 – 25 yrs EHC Plans post 19 training Some delivery headlines: 2. 5 16 – 25 yrs EHC Plans post 19 training for parents/young people/professionals - links to Mental Capacity Act: • 2 events in London with 100% 4 and 5 star evaluations 2. 6 Outcomes Benchmarking: • CRIDE/Nat. SIP/UCL/City longitudinal study launch • Outcomes benchmarking across HI, VI and MSI 2. 7 Early Year’s language development in deaf children • 3 seminar events = 94 delegates + 18 online delegates for 2 nd event and 40 views on website since 2. 9 MSI Leaders and lessons learned from LISEND regional commissioning (2. 8) initiative • This afternoon

SEND delivery partners 2017 -18 1. National Sensory Impairment Partnership: Sensory impairment support 2. SEND delivery partners 2017 -18 1. National Sensory Impairment Partnership: Sensory impairment support 2. Council for Disabled Children: Strategic Reform Partner 3. London Leadership Strategy and Nasen: Support for the school workforce 4. The British Dyslexia Association: Dyslexia Support 5. CDC and Kids: Participation of Children and Young People 6. Achievement for All: Support for young offenders with SEND

SEND delivery partners 2017 -18 7. Mencap: The Right Place Project 8. Contact and SEND delivery partners 2017 -18 7. Mencap: The Right Place Project 8. Contact and NNPCF: Support for Families 9. Mott Mc. Mac. Donald: Delivering Better Outcomes Together (DBOT) 10. The Education Training Foundation: Workforce Development in Further Education 11. PDNet/School Development Support Agency: Support for children and young people with physical disabilities 12. The Communication Trust: Support for SLC

Df. E SEND contracts 2018 -19, 2019 -20 Strategic support to the workforce in Df. E SEND contracts 2018 -19, 2019 -20 Strategic support to the workforce in mainstream and special schools Invitation to tender (ITT), December 2017, for a new contract to: • Drive education institutions to prioritise SEND within their CPD and school improvement plans • Equip schools to identify and meet their training needs in relation to SEND • Build the specialist workforce and promote best practice • Identify and respond to any gaps in the training and resources available for schools Submission of bids 29 January 2018

Nat. SIP within the new ‘whole school SEND’ contract What the Df. E do Nat. SIP within the new ‘whole school SEND’ contract What the Df. E do want (in response to SEND reforms): • A joined up approach to SEND for schools • Coordination of advice and resources to schools What the Df. E do not want: • Multiple individual contracts with ‘condition specific organisations’ • More individual resources/guidance where there is not a gap What Df. E recognise as important for CYP with SI includes: • The need to understand what risks to be lost, from the work Nat. SIP does, in the whole school SEND consortium contract • An ongoing relationship between Df. E and Nat. SIP

Some Nat. SIP activity since December 2017: • • Quarter 3 report to Df. Some Nat. SIP activity since December 2017: • • Quarter 3 report to Df. E of contract delivery against KPIs Provisional offer to partner with bidders for Df. E contracts Negotiation as a partner within a consortium bid Analysis of gaps in support for schools system and settings post April 2018 • Nat. SIP Q 4 contract work = ‘business as usual’ • The Ho. SS email forum!

What is ‘Low incidence’ special educational need and disability (LISEND)? • A need which What is ‘Low incidence’ special educational need and disability (LISEND)? • A need which has the potential to have an adverse impact on learning and development unless additional measures are taken to support the child/young person • The prevalence rate is so low that a mainstream setting is unlikely to have sufficient knowledge and experience to meet these requirements. Settings will need to obtain specialist support and advice on how to ensure equitable access and progression (against national standards) • The prevalence rate is so low that any formula for allocating specialist resources for additional needs which is based on proxy indicators of need, will not reflect the true distribution of children and young people identified as having low incidence SEND Nat. SIP August 2012

Nat. SIP working days 2018 Hamilton House, London Thursday 7 June 2018 Wednesday 3 Nat. SIP working days 2018 Hamilton House, London Thursday 7 June 2018 Wednesday 3 October 2018 (Ho. SS/Nat. SIP) We look forward to seeing you at both events Thank you all for your ongoing support of Nat. SIP