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Last week, I attended a course regarding learning and progress for children with SEN/D.

I found it highly beneficial as I gained lots of strategies for children with SEN/D and those without. This included strategies to engage children and make them feel more comfortable in the classroom environment.

I have since updated my visual timetable as some icons were missing and replaced them with new ones. I have also begun to implement a strategy to engage children with SEN/D which involves children working/focusing for 2-3 minutes, then a reward and repeating this until the work has been completed. This strategy has already had a positive effect on my child with SEN/D in allowing him to complete his work to a high standard.

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