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Elmwood & Penrose Federation 'enterprising students'

Elmwood & Penrose Federation 'enterprising students'

Posted by Sen.se on November 1st 2016

In November 2016 an external sales venue was established. A Stall at Angel Place Shopping Centre. Students across the Federation make products and staff the stall. Averaging takings have been in the region of £70 per session.

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Somerset Rural Youth Project – Elmwood School

Somerset Rural Youth Project – Elmwood School

Posted by Sen.se on September 1st 2016

From September 2016 students from Elmwood School have been involved in work based learning at Somerset Rural Youth Project. The students work with their mentor Richard Hedger twice a week to learn valuable experience outside of the classroom environment.

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Special Schools' Voice

Special Schools' Voice

Posted by Sen.se on June 1st 2016

SSV (Special Schools’ Voice) brings together existing associations/groupings of Special schools, and seeks to articulate the views of schools, of their staff and of the children who populate them. It intends to inform and support Government organisations by giving them a special school perspective. Historically those working and leading Special schools have reported their frustration at being an ‘afterthought’ in terms of educational policy. In essence SSV strives to connect schools with policy makers.

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Luke Rodgers - Foster Focus

Luke Rodgers - Foster Focus

Posted by Sen.se on February 22nd 2016

Keynote Presentation from sen.se SEMH Conference on 22nd February 2016. Follow the link to see the full keynote presentation provided by award winning social entrepreneur Luke Rodgers, Founder of Foster Focus.

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Dr Margot Sunderland handout and notes

Posted by Sen.se on February 22nd 2016

Making a difference to children’s lives: What every professional needs to know (latest brain science and psychological research) Presentation notes

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Improving information in identifying children who are missing education

Improving information in identifying children who are missing education

Posted by Sen.se on January 19th 2016

All children of compulsory school age are entitled to an excellent education, which will give them the opportunity to help build their own futures. Parents have a duty to ensure that their children are receiving full-time education, either by regular attendance at school or otherwise (for example, home education).

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