8th November 2019
All teachers will work with SEND pupils at some point in their career, whether in a special school or a mainstream school with SEND pupils. The term ‘SEND’ covers a huge variety of different educational needs and disabilities, and as such, there’s a lot of jargon that comes along with it, including a slew of acronyms.
SEND itself is an acronym, which stands for Special Education Needs and Disabilities. For the rest of them – read on!
When discussing and reading about SEN(D) you will undoubtedly come across many acronyms and other jargon, which can be confusing – no matter how long you’ve worked within SEND provision.
At Engage, we’ve developed a fantastic SEND jargon buster, which you can download here. Print it out, pin it up by your desk, or just keep a copy on your device, and never get stuck again! If you don’t want to download the guide, you can read the entire guide here.
Teachers and support staff who work with Engage have spent over 700,000 hours in more than 3,400 vacancies in SEND schools, changing lives and meeting the various and often complex needs of SEND pupils.
Whether you have years of SEND experience, or you’re just starting out, find out how you can have an impact by registering today. Your own personal SEND consultant will work with you hand in hand to find your dream job in a SEND vacancy.
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