SEND Vocabulary – Improving language and oracy in science lessons RN198 / B20

Start date
29 Nov 23
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This is part of a series of sessions to support SEND teachers and TA's.  The programme introduces delegates to a range of practical strategies that they can take and use in their own settings for improving learning and progress of students with special educational needs. This course is suitable for teachers and teaching assistants from primary and secondary phases. This network will feature a professional development aspect to stay up to date with the latest evidence-based approaches in schools.  This will be followed by the opportunity to share what works in their own settings and ask questions of the group.

This session covers:

29.11.23 - Vocabular and oracy

  • Asking questions to promote progress 
  • Vocabulary for SEND 
  • The importance of oracy for SEND students 
  • Using additional adults effectively
  • Supporting practical work

You can attend just this one session but why not join them all. to find out more about the network series and how you can save money and sign up to all 5 sessions CLICK HERE   or you can email Cara at  


Who is the course leader?

  • Rob Butler

    Rob has 25 years of classroom experience and spent the last 20 years of his career teaching science in a special school. During his time in...


  • Implement strategies to support your students to learn and retain vocabulary
  •  Implement strategies to encourage and support class discussion and questioning
  • use additional adults effectively.


Vocabulary – Improving language and oracy in science lessons29 November 202316:00-17:30Virtual

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State-funded school or collegeActivity fee£45.00 +VAT
Fee-paying school or college (independent)Activity fee£97.50 +VAT

Additional information

For courses at the National STEM Learning Centre in York, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course. 


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