Sensory Impairment (VI, HI, MSI)

Visual Impairment, Hearing Impairment and Multi-Sensory Impairment Support

Some children and young people require special educational provision because they have a disability which prevents or hinders them from making use of the educational facilities generally provided. These difficulties can be age related and may fluctuate over time.

Many children with a sensory impairment will require specialist teaching support and/or equipment to access their learning. This is provided by either a Teacher of the Deaf, Advisory Teacher for Visual Impairment or a Qualified Teacher of Multi-Sensory Impairment.

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The National Award for SEN Coordination is a DfE approved post-graduate qualification for teachers in the role of SENCO. 
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The resource contains 36 carefully constructed lesson plans which explain precisely how to deliver each lesson including activities, vocabulary lists, resources, deaf awareness and culture. Do you want your school community to learn British Sign Language? This exciting resource has been created for use by schools, after school clubs, lunch time clubs and other groups.
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