SEN- A Graduated Approach Course

Supporting primary schools with the Government’s SEN Graduated Approach

YogaBugs SEN A Graduated Approach Course has been designed to allow a full spectrum of school staff to gain knowledge about a wide range of special educational needs that are common within mainstream and specialist settings.

Our short course offers a simple, yet informative method of gaining a deeper understanding of specific needs.

The course can be beneficial for early career teachers and more experienced teachers alike, we would also recommend it for SENCO’s who wish to learn more about SEND in general or who have a specific training need for staff in their setting.

Training is delivered in small chunks so you can access what you need, when you need it.

The course is fully downloadable with video presentations. It can be delivered as a training course within your school or teachers can choose modules they want to know more about with complete flexibility to suit you schools needs

Use it to deliver a training day within your school, or have teachers watch at their leisure.

Who is it aimed at:

  • SENCO’s

  • Teaching assistants

  • Early Career Teachers

  • Mental Health Leads

  • Anyone wanting to expand their knowledge and support children with SEN


  • Module 1: The SEND Code of Practice

  • Module 2: Learning and Cognition

  • Module 3: Communication and Interaction

  • Module 4: Social Emotional and Mental Health

  • Module 5: Sensory and Physical

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand what the key areas of need are for SEND.

  • To understand what a ‘Graduated Approach’ is and how this should be organised to support learners effectively.

  • To gain knowledge about a wide range of common SEND issues across all of the categories of need.

  • To build a toolbox of strategies and ideas that will work for a wide range of common areas of SEND.

  • To enhance the skillset of all staff working with SEND children so they gain more effective outcomes for all.

  • To promote all teachers as confident teachers of SEND children.