We specialise in providing counselling for students and families, parent training and workshops, staff training, behaviour support and specialist interventions for children. We have wonderful relationships with schools and Local Authorities across the UK as we provide a bespoke service to meet the needs of each school, within a designated budget. We are not a team who come in and lecture, instead we come in and experience what you experience showing you how to overcome the struggles that you and your class or school face.
SEN Consultancy has been an integral part of our work since even before we formalised as a company. The founder, Louise Kadayer, is passionate in supporting schools and families to provide the very best education for each and every child with Special Education Needs. We know that the legal system of SEN can be extremely challenging, especially with the recent changes in provisions. We also know that your main job as a school and as a parent is to provide effective interventions which close the gap between your teen and their peers, which is why we know you do not have time to keep abreast with all of the changes. This is why we continually keep up to date, even to the point of studying policy and law at Masters level.
Our SEN Consultancy arm is an independent service to schools and other organisations, on behalf of children and teens with special educational needs (SEN). The service is based out of Surrey, and is led by Louise Kadayer, Director, Behaviour Analyst & SEN Consultant. Both Shelley Brown and Louise Kadayer are involved in each case. If you have a need for our services in another country, please do contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0) 3333 440 201 and we will do our very best to help you.
- Annual service agreements to schools, on behalf of children and young people experiencing a range of special needs
- Termly or ad hoc service agreements to schools needing immediate and urgent support and advice, to complement or replace existing SEN provision
- Pupil assessment advice at School Action, School Action Plus and for children with a Statement of SEN, including support for the formal assessment process under the terms of the 1996 Education Act
- Training and support for new provision under the new Education Health and Social Care Plans (EHSCP)
- Training events from one off one hour staff meeting inset, regular SEN team training and early bird and twilight sessions through to whole week events. Each training is tailored to each school or organisation’s specific requirements on a range of SEN and inclusion issues.
- Policy advice and guidance for LAC.
- Training and support surrounding exclusion policy
- One off or regular TA and LSA training and consultancy
- SENCO cover
- Governor training on SEN and inclusion issues
- Parent support and counselling
- Specific child assessments, intervention development and staff training
- One to one work
- Group work
- International training events
- Support for inclusion in schools across the ability range
- Specialist undergraduate and postgraduate SEN training for teachers