The Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) programme will enable you to deepen and extend your knowledge and understanding of educational and social theories which are related to working with children and young people with a range of special educational and individual learning needs. You will gain an understanding of the nature and influence of contextual factors and through critical analysis, interrogate evidence-based research in order to develop and appraise a range of approaches, interventions and pedagogies related to meeting the individual learning needs of children/young people with SEND.
The programme utilises lectures, seminars, tutorials, school visits, practical tasks and discussions. Lectures are given by academics who are leaders in research in the Special Educational Needs field.
Applicants must have:a relevant or related 1st degree and some relevant experience with children or young people with SEN.an enhanced DBS/police check if applying for the PG Dip and MA. A small additional fee will be necessary, in addition to the standard fees demonstrate that you have a good level of written and spoken English. (see 'English Language Requirements' below).There is only one intake per year at the beginning of the Academic Year (September/ October).