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Optometrist Mr Smyth has been pro-active in his bid to highlight this link, writing to schools, colleges and universities, and meeting with special educational needs coordinators, students, teachers and educational psychologists to spread the word about what optometry, and specifically the intuitive colorimeter, can offer.
The Ascent Trust aims to give leadership support for headteachers, deputies and special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) in teaching and learning.
Presenting material in a UK context, this book/CD-ROM is designed for Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) working with providers of care for children from birth to age 7.
At this stage, it is the responsibility of the teacher to inform the Special Educational Needs coordinator, who registers the child's special needs.
She has shown a real commitment by being our KS1 ICT coordinator, then our special educational needs coordinator on top of her role as a year two teacher.
Middle leaders in primary and secondary schools, established subject or special educational needs coordinators, can take advantage of the Leaders from the Middle programme.
In the UK, Special Educational Needs Coordinators (SENCOs) work everywhere from a standard nursery school or class with to a small village play group, a day nursery caring for children from birth to four or five years, or in a setting with an individual child.
More than 200 special educational needs coordinators and Headteachers will join representatives from voluntary groups and professional agencies at the annual conference at the Quality Hotel, Boldon, today and tomorrow.