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Park Campus is within easy walking distance of a busy, local shopping area, complete with banks, supermarkets, shops and pubs.
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If you have non-standard qualifications or do not quite meet the admissions requirements for the BA SEN and Inclusion, the University of Northampton can offer you a fantastic opportunity to study a four year BA SEN and Inclusion programme which includes a Foundation Year that will help you develop the subject knowledge and academic skills you need in order to successfully progress to the full award.
Career opportunities in this field are increasing across disciplines and contexts; there is a varied range of opportunities from specialist work with specific groups of children, young people and adults to support, advocatory, advisory, organisational and administrative roles in both statutory and non-statutory services.
Billing Brook is an all age special school for pupils aged 3 - 19 with a wide range of learning difficulties. This includes moderate or severe learning difficulties; speech, language and communication needs; some medical difficulties and an all age specialist autism provision.
Building on the context and understanding gained in year one, the second year facilitates a deeper exploration of the four areas of SEN outlined in the Code of Practice, as well as continuing the focus on employability and multi-professional practice, and increasing comparative understanding of international policy and practice.
A Multi-Faith Chaplaincy and Medical Centre (providing a full GP service and free counselling) are also available at Park Campus.
In addition to standard entry requirements, applicants are normally expected to hold English and Mathematics equivalent to a GCSE grade C. A typical offer is between 260-300 UCAS tariff points. Applicants are expected to demonstrate commitment to inclusive practices. DBS clearance is required
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These modules are delivered concurrently with two Level 4 modules from your programme: SEN 1001 Introduction to SEN and Inclusion and SEN1006 Encouraging Voices.
If you are moving home and your child has school transport as part of their EHC plan, please complete our online form to let us know your new address. You will also need to tell your child's school.
Subject Studies 2: Working with Ideas – focuses specifically on the generation and development of ideas, building the key IT/ literacy/numeracy skill sets required by the programme.
Following a request for an EHC needs assessment, the local authority must determine whether an EHC needs assessment is necessary and must make and communicate this decision to the child's parent or the young person within six weeks of receiving the request.
How children and young people with a statement of special educational needs or learning difficulty assessment will transition to the new education, health and care (EHC) system
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In each school's oversubscription admissions criteria, reference is made to 'pupils who have a statement of special educational needs'. As the legislation changes, this will also mean any pupils with education, health and care (EHC) plans.
In the Foundation Year you will study two 40 credit modules that form the Foundation Study experience. These are:
Please phone the Clearing hotline to confirm your place: 01604 214808.
The Special Needs Index provides parents/carers with regular information about services and resources and a telephone information service to help statutory and voluntary organisations plan better for disabled children.
The Local Offer can provide you with details of the services available in your area for children and young people between the ages 0–25 with special educational needs and disabilities
The majority of children and young people with SEN or disabilities will have their needs met within local mainstream early years settings, schools or colleges.
To apply for Foundation Year entry, please visit the UCAS site.
Information from Northamptonshire County Council can be found here
The Foundation Year programme offers a new and exciting route into studying for a degree, attracting ambitious and driven students who are willing to learn and advance.
You are looking to study and would like to start your course on .
You are very welcome to contact the school to arrange a visit and find out more.
The Local Offer will constantly be updated and improved based on your feedback.
For information regarding English language requirements at the University, please see our IELTS page.
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The University of Northampton Park Campus Boughton Green Road Northampton NN2 7AL
The first year seeks a broad exploration of Inclusion and introduces a range of issues and perspectives in relation to learning, and learning for those with SEN.
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For further information please see our section on EHC plans.
New legislation around the assessment of children and young people with special educational needs and disability took effect from September 2014 across England.
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The Special Needs Index (SNIX) is an electronic database of information about children aged from birth to nineteen years who have physical, learning or sensory impairments. The Children Act 1989 requires local authorities to maintain one.
All requests for assessment are considered at the weekly multi-agency SEN panel, to inform the decision made by the local authority as to whether an EHC needs assessment is required.
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