23/24 Understanding Good Autism Practice and the AET Frameworks for Leaders and Leadership

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Audiences

Cross Phase

Category

SEN

Event Details

Start Date and Time Friday 15 March 9:30 am
End Date and Time Friday 15 March 4:00 pm
Trainer
Judith Pilkington
Ali Bellaby
Location University Centre Shrewsbury
Room
Parking YesChargable

Event Prices

Subscriber Credit Cost 3.00
Subscriber Cost 136.00
PAYG Credit Cost 4.50
PAYG Cost 210.00
EYFS Cost

Content

Understanding Good Autism Practice and the AET Frameworks for Leaders

This module introduces leadership teams to the Good Autism Practice (GAP) Report to help them understand how the 8 principles of GAP emerged. The module looks at using the frameworks to implement good autism practice through gaining pupil voice, setting suitable learning intentions, making reasonable adjustments and measuring progress.

Aims:

  • To provide leaders with an overview of the AET and the Professional Development Programme.
  • To provide an overview of the Good Autism Practice (GAP) Report (Gulberg et al 2019).
  • To inform leaders of how the 8 Principles of GAP and the 8 Inclusion Promises emerged and why these are so important.
  • To introduce a set of case studies that illustrate how the principles have been implemented through adapting practice.
  • To provide an overview of the AET Frameworks and how they can be used to embed GAP.

 


Leadership, Inclusion and Structural Reasonable Adjustments

Aims:

  • To look at how inclusive provision and structural reasonable adjustments can help a setting to be outstanding.​
  • To consider what is needed to lead culture change in a setting.​
  • To know about AET resources and guidance that can support leaders to provide inclusive environments through structural reasonable adjustments.​
  • To consider different ways of making structural reasonable adjustments to ensure autistic children and young people are fully supported.

Outcomes

Understanding Good Autism Practice and the AET Frameworks for Leaders

Leaders will:


  • To understand the importance of the GAP Principles and Inclusion Promises.
  • To consider how your provision can embed the principles and promises to ensure autistic children and young people receive a positive education.
  • To understand how to embed the AET Frameworks across your provision to improve good autism practice


Leadership, Inclusion and Structural Reasonable Adjustments

Leaders :

  • To be able to develop a culture where autistic children and young people ​feel listened to, supported and included.​
  • To have the skills, tools and confidence to lead change in their setting.​
  • To have a good understanding of educational legislation related to inclusion.​
  • To reflect on and plan next steps for what is required ​
  • To lead change and fully embed an inclusive culture. ​
  • To understand how to embed the Autism Standards Framework to improve good autism practice.​




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