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The Curriculum Through a SEND Lens 

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The Curriculum Through a SEND Lens 

  • Programme Overview

Subject Leadership 

SEND Accessibility 

Curriculum Design and planning

Delivery Model Face to Face sessions
What is Included
  • Certificate of attendance.
  • Course material (if applicable).
  • Refreshments and lunch
  • AED 1210 per delegate plus 5% VAT
  • Discounts available for 3 or more delegates from the same school.
  • If you would like bespoke in-school training, please contact Rebecca ( for more information.
Deadline booking date:


Date of Training Wednesday 14th June 2023
Time (UAE) 8:30am to 3:30pm
Venue Dubai – to be confirmed

Please note:  If COVID restrictions are introduced, this course will become an online training session.

Target audience


Aims of the course
  • To provide delegates with key training to share with their classroom practitioners 
  • For curriculum leaders to understand how to evaluate the impact of their subject for pupils and students with SEND
  • Provide practical strategies for applying relevant research around metacognition to designing the content, pedagogy and sequence of learning in subjects
Intended outcomes
  • For delegates to have tools to review their curriculum plans in the light of supporting pupils with SEND 
  • For delegates to have greater understanding of how to plan a curriculum to include those with SEND from the start

Jayne Worrall

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Jayne has considerable experience in managing and supporting children with social, emotional and mental health difficulties and has provided support and advice to schools within Warrington Local Authority as an SEMH Lead Teacher. She has also been part of a team of reviewers for Peer-to-Peer Reviews of whole school SEND; chaired her local SENCo cluster; served on EHCP Provision & Placement panels and supported ‘new to role’ SENCos within the LA. Additionally, Jayne has spent over 10 years as a SENCo, leading inclusion at her last school to Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM), Flagship status, in 2020. The 3-year project for IQM enabled Jayne to work with Zena Martin and Wendy Lee (Lingo Speech) to develop Speech, Language and Oracy throughout the school. This led to Jayne being invited to speak about the journey and impact of the project at the University of Bath’s inaugural Developmental Language Delay (DLD) Parents Conference in October 2019. Jayne has been a primary school teacher, in Cheshire and Warrington, for over 25 years – the latter 12 years fulfilling her passion for teaching and supporting children with additional needs. She has worked in both a specialist school for children with autism and a Designated Provision class within a mainstream school. Prior to attaining her PGCE in 1993, Jayne was an Induction and basic skills tutor for adults. In her spare time, Jayne is a Governor of a specialist school for young people with social, emotional and mental health needs and a trustee and volunteer for the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust (CAFT) charity. With a strong creative drive, Jayne can often be found with a paintbrush or crochet hook in hand or alternatively engrossed in her latest good book!

Programme details:

School leaders now acknowledge that all teachers and leaders in schools/colleges share equal responsibility for the planning of the curriculum for students and pupils with SEND. This course aims to help subject leaders get it right for all pupils first time. 

How do you evaluate the effectiveness of your subject on learners with barriers to learning? 

What is the impact of current perspectives on reading as the key to accessing learning across all subjects, increasing adult life chances and improving curriculum access for pupils with SEND? 

This course will provide recommended strategies to apply back in schools/colleges to strengthen subject leadership in the light of the research base around metacognition and building impact on long term memory. It will give you the opportunity to reflect on the application to your setting and to engage in dialogue with other settings. 

This course is for anyone with responsibility for subject leadership, design and impact! 


About Inclusive Learning North

Inclusive Learning North has a vision for empowering teachers in developing inclusive lessons and classrooms.  We do this  by providing excellent training and evidence based strategies to support pupils; particularly those with additional needs and/or barriers to learning. 

Jayne Worrall
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