Survey: Teaching Spelling in Primary Schools

Our partner at UCL has requested that this appeal for help be forwarded to any Primary Teacher contacts:

We would like to invite you to take part in a short survey which aims to capture how spelling is taught in primary schools in England (Years 1-6). We are interested to hear from qualified teachers (including teachers in leadership roles, specialist teachers and SENCos) in primary schools about their experience of teaching spelling.
We would be really grateful if you could spend 10 minutes completing this survey.

Please clink on the link below to proceed:
https://uclioe.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_5aHY7eIRU6VT697

Thank you so much in advance

Best wishes
Rosanne Esposito, Emma Sumner and Liz Herbert
UCL Centre for Inclusive Education

Survey: SENCOs and Leadership

Our partner at the University of Gloucestershire has requested that this appeal for help be forwarded to any SENCOs.

Calling all SENCOs! We are currently exploring SENCOs and Leadership. If you are a SENCO and would be happy to complete our online survey please click the link.

https://glos.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/senco-leadership-survey-feb-2020

Survey: Reducing educational exclusion for learners on the autism spectrum 

Our Partner at Birmingham University has requested that this request be forwarded to School Leaders and SENCOs:

Reducing educational exclusion for learners on the autism spectrum: Implications for policy and practice

 The Autism Centre for Education and Research (ACER) and the Education Leadership Academy (ELA) at the University of Birmingham are conducting research to understand the causes for educational exclusion of students on the autism spectrum and how educational settings (early years, school and FE) can be supported in reducing the number of exclusions. As part of this research project we are gathering the views of different stakeholders - educational staff, parents and autistic adults. This project is funded by UK Research and Innovation.

 We are looking for educational leaders such as head teachers, governors and SENDCOs who will be able to provide us with an overview of educational provision for students with autism within their settings. If you have a leadership role within your setting, then we are interested in hearing your views. Please complete this questionnaire by following this link to share your experiences -

 https://bham.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/exclusion-autism-education-leaders

February 2020

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