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Inclusion and Safeguarding

Safeguarding and supporting children and young people with Special Educational Needs and educational Health Care Plans and supporting minority groups and disadvantaged or vulnerable learners through assessment, support and specialist interventions.

Our teams deliver bespoke services which are designed to help schools and settings identify and address individual pupils’ learning needs and priority areas for development. We support strategy development by providing guidance, support and training to schools, settings and colleagues. Through this support we aim to reduce the barriers that can prevent children from achieving their full potential.

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Conferences not to be missed!

This year we are thrilled to be able to bring back our Annual SEND conference – in person at Sandy Park, with keynote Speaker, Amar Latif. Workshops will be focused on leadership, a strong emphasis on safeguarding our pupils with SEND through exploring additional vulnerability, child and adolescent violence on parents, along with a workshop looking at SLCN/SEMH.
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We are delighted to bring you national leaders and experts in safeguarding and child protection to refresh your thinking, remind you why you do what you do and refocus on the important role you provide and the difference you make. Hear from amazing keynote speakers: Dame Esther Rantzen, founder of Childline and Mark Escott, founder of The Life Chance Group & School for Inspiring Talents.

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SEND Strategic Support (Mainstream and Special)

SEND Strategic Leadership Support will ensure you have the latest knowledge, information and practical strategies to develop and improve your SEND provision.

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Education Welfare

Our Education Welfare Service (EWS) supports schools in achieving higher levels of attendance for the whole school as well as for individual pupils.

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Babcock LDP help to keep children safe by providing guidance, support and training to schools, settings and colleagues.

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Communication and Interaction

We offer support, advice and guidance for children and young people where Autism and/or Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) is the primary need.

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Ethnic, Minority and Traveller Achievement Service

We can help to improve educational outcomes for students from Black and Minority Ethnic and Traveller heritages, UASC and children new to English (EAL).

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Physical Difficulties and SEND ICT

Babcock LDP is committed to inclusive education of disabled students and the removal of barriers to learning and participation in mainstream education.

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Sensory Impairment (VI, HI, MSI)

We offer teaching, support and advice for students, where a visual, hearing or multi-sensory impairment is having an impact on their access to education.

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