Approximately a third of children and young people in schools across Scotland need additional support for learning, and demand is increasing.
Understand how to effectively meet the needs of pupils who require additional support for learning.
With an update on the Scottish Government’s ASL Action Plan due next year, we will share practical insights into how to provide timely and tailored support in your setting, exploring key issues including:
- Identifying and assessing additional support needs
- Shifting the narrative surrounding ASN to focus on strengths and interests
- Developing inclusive practices
- Ensuring a smooth transition for ASN learners
- Continual training and development: preparing all staff to support ASN learners
With growing challenges around behaviour and exclusions in schools across Scotland, we will spotlight how additional support needs can impact pupil behaviour and assess how to avoid unnecessary exclusions in your setting.
Join us in Central Edinburgh this December for the opportunity to strengthen your approach to ASL provision and improve support for all.
- Understanding neurodiverse conditions such as dyslexia and autism
- Improving outcomes for ASN learners
- Involving pupils, parents, carers and pupils in discussions
- Adopting a whole-school approach to ASL provision
- Supporting children and young people with healthcare needs in schools
- Breaking down barriers to education for children and young people with ASN
- Effectively managing different needs in the classroom
- Understanding how additional support needs can impact pupil behaviour
Benefits of Attending
- Strengthen your approach to ASL provision
- Gain a better understanding of neurodiverse conditions and social and emotional difficulties and the impact on learning
- Hear about next steps for the Additional Support for Learning Action Plan
- 4 hours of CPD certified content