As you are no doubt already aware, this week is Anti-Bullying Week in the UK. Organised by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, UK Anti-Bullying Week runs in schools across England with the goal to inform schools and settings, children and young people, parents and carers to know that it takes a collective responsibility to stop bullying. Whether it is verbal, physical, online or in-person, bullying has a significant impact on a child’s life well into adulthood.
Creating and leading a fully-inclusive setting
So what better time than now to focus on ensuring your setting is fully-inclusive. Have you ever considered how diverse your curriculum is with respect to gender and sexuality? Do you think you use the best strategies to promote inclusion whilst respecting and valuing different cultures and additional learning needs? All these topics and more are covered in Real Training’s Masters in Leading Inclusive Education (MALIE) Programme.
MALIE is an exciting, distance-learning pathway for education professionals from all phases and settings, who wish to progress into leadership roles or to develop their leadership skills, in the crucial area of inclusion. Developing inclusive education practice to support the needs of all learners is one of the most important challenges facing education professionals today. With modules such as Gender & Sexuality, Communities & Culture, and Migration & Language Acquisition, the MALIE Programme aims to develop your skills and confidence to enable you to lead inclusive practice in your setting, allowing you to create a safe, supportive learning environment for those at most risk from bullying and social exclusion.
Inclusive National Professional Qualifications
For those looking to attain a DfE-accredited NPQ in middle, senior or headship, Real Training also offers practice-led, fully-online courses to provide current, innovative and practice-led training that will give school leaders the insight and tools they need to become highly effective leaders, with a particular focus on inclusion.
Supporting children with SEND
In addition to these qualifications, Real Training’s 5 star award-winning SEND programme, ranging from the NASENCO course; a mandatory qualification for all SENCOs in schools, right up to the MEd in SEND. These focus on the inclusive education for all children with SEND, and can be tailored to suit your individual institution’s needs. To celebrate recently winning the 5-star Teach Primary Award in the CPD category, 5 lucky winners who book a SEND Programme module for the January 2020 cohort by 31 December 2019 will win a £60 Love2Shop voucher. A perfect excuse to hit the January sales!