Main aims of the project

The aims of this cross-phase hub will be responsive to member needs, but will also support members in developing their inclusive SEND provision and expertise as well as taking a broader look at wellbeing and regulation, trauma and coping with change. There will be continued support for schools to engage with training from the Autism Education Trust, including using their Pupil Progression Framework to outline bespoke out comes for each child.

Benefits of joining this hub include:

  • A professional network with a range of colleagues
  • Cross-phase working
  • Opportunities to visit other hub schools
  • Developing an Autism Leader in your school
  • Opportunities to hear from speakers on a range of other SEND issues
  • Opportunities to host and showcase strong SEND practice in your schools.

Sessions will be held during the school day, lunch is always provided and we will make a small contribution to cover costs.

Which staff would benefit from joining and why?

Teaching assistants and individuals running interventions
Class teachers (including newly and recently qualified teachers)
SENDCos and INCos
Senior Leaders


Lead Schools

Kentish Town CofE Primary

James Humphries


0207 485 1279

Miriam Nadarajah

Teacher in Charge of the Autism Resource Base