1 day.
  • AM - Opening ceremony, introduction, Tree of expectation, House rules.

  • PM - UK educational system.

  • 2 day.
  • AM/PM- SEN Code of practice.

  • 3 day.
  • AM - Study visit to a local school.

  • PM - Working with parents.

  • 4 day.
  • AM - Study visit. Working with children with autism.

  • PM - Emotional support of children with SEN. Play therapy.

  • 5 day.
  • AM - Study visit to a local school.

  • PM - Working in partnership.

  • 6 day.
  • AM - Working in partnership. Mapping local resources.

  • PM - Sharing best practice.

  • 7 day.
  • AM/PM- Addressing equality in classroom.

  • 8 day.
  • AM - Inclusive Assessment Approach.

  • PM - Intercultural evening.

  • 9 day.
  • AM - Simulation exercise ’Putting ideas into practice’.

  • PM - Evaluation.

  • 10 day.
  • AM/PM- Addressing equality in classroom.

  • PM - Official closing ceremony.

  • Support for Children with Special Educational Needs

      Teaching children with special educational needs (SEN) will present teachers with some unique and distinctive challenges. These students will demand more of teacher’s time and patience as well as they require specialised strategies in a structured environment to support and enhance their learning potential. Children with SEN need differentiated approach tailored to their distinctive learning abilities.

      The training we offer aims to equip the participants with knowledge and skills to address the needs of children better, using new strategy and putting new ideas into practice.

      The training provides a detailed overview on the UK education system and support of children with special needs in UK school.
      Participants will explore effective ways of working, learn from the experience of their UK colleagues and share ideas with other participants.

      The participants will increase their knowledge how UK schools provide emotional support, use play therapy and other methods.
      The training will outline the problems and concerns faced by parents of young people with SEN and will focus on how schools can help to address these and work with students and families.

      Learning Outcomes:

    • • Increased awareness of UK educational system and complex system to support children with SEN.

    • • Improved competences, linked to the participants’ professional profiles.

    • • Increased English language skills.

    • • Increased knowledge of different methods used in UK schools.

    • • Increased analytical skills.

    • • Increased knowledge of different ways how to meet the needs of children with SEN -- Increased knowledge how to work with parents.

    • • Increased creativity and motivation.

    • Aims of the study visit are the following:
    • • Improve the level of key competences and skills, linked to professional profile of participants

    • • Increase knowledge of the UK education system

    • • Increase knowledge of support available for children from migrant background

    • • Increase capacity and international dimension of education establishments

    • • Increase cultural awareness of participants

    • Modules:
    • • UK educational system

    • • Equality in educational settings, inclusive education.

    • • Working with children with SEN.

    • • Study visits to local schools.

    • • Play Therapy, Emotional support and other methods used in UK schools.

    • • Working with parents

    • • Partnership working

    • Methods used:
      Combination of methodology sessions, case studies, practical activities in the field and visits to local schools.

      How to Apply?


      Erasmus+ Mobility project for school education staff under Key Action 1 (staff training) follow the link here: follow the link here: Opportunities for staff

      Who can take part?
      Staff in charge of school education(teaching and non-teaching, including school managers, heads, etc.), working in the sending school(s)
      as well as other educational staff (school inspectors, school counsellors, pedagogical advisors, psychologists, etc.) involved in the strategic development of the sending school(s).

      Eligible countries:
      All EU countries and former Yugoslav, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Republic of Macedonia, Norway, Turkey and Iceland).

      When & How to apply:
      Applicants (any organisation working in adult education field) have to submit their grant application by
      2 February at 12:00 (midday Brussels time).

      Please, do not hesitate to contact us if your school would like to take part in the proposed trainings. Send your express of interest email to:

      To be confirmed (Flexible)