Free training for SENCOs

Support speaking and understanding language needs in your setting with free training from I CAN's Dawn House School

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Dawn House School (one of I CAN's two specialist schools), will soon be offering a range of free training sessions on supporting speaking and understanding language needs.

This will include a session to help SENCOs further their knowledge about what a residential provision can offer and how to guide parents and children through this process. In the meantime, scroll down for our Top 5 Considerations For Discussions With Parents.


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What will the training cover?

Topics to be covered will include:

  • speaking and understanding language needs: the impact on learning
  • Selective mutism
  • Integrated therapy models

...and many more! Be sure to sign up to be notified as soon as the full details are announced and booking opens. In the meantime, take a look below for more information on Dawn House School and our tips for holding discussions with parents about specialist schools with a boarding provision.

Top 5 considerations for discussions with parents

Jenny McConnell, Principal of I CAN’s Dawn House School, shares what you should consider when having a conversation with a parent or carer about their child potentially requiring a residential provision to support their speaking and understanding language needs.

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Introducing Dawn House School

I CAN's Dawn House School is a day and residential non-maintained school that welcomes pupils for boarding from Monday to Friday during term time. Students come to Dawn House School from not only the local area (Nottinghamshire) but also as far afield as Lincolnshire and Suffolk.


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