Supporting SEN through Creative Learning

This course will demonstrate how Creative Learning is a wonderful teaching tool to support children who have Special Educational Needs. Although there are many varied learning needs that require their own specific set of supporting methods, creative learning incorporates SEN learning strategies in its lessons. We will explore that by using multi sensory stimulus and applying differentiation we can empower teachers to create a safe, inclusive, and stimulating learning environment for all children.  

At Creative Minds our vision is to inspire Creative Learning through Performing Arts skills and techniques, allowing teachers to explore a range of learning styles. Our training supports schools with understanding the impact and benefits Creative Learning can have as a continuation of learning. By embedding Creative Learning strategies into every aspect of the school day children find ways to engage and learn, in a fun and safe way.

Course objectives-

  • To understand how to use engaging stimulus with SEN children. 

  • To learn 5 ways in which to differentiate your lesson to make it inclusive.

Who is the training for-

If you spend time with primary age children, thrive on developing young minds and want to learn how to embed simple, effective and fun creative learning activities into your learning, the this training is for you.


Do I need to have experience in Drama or Dance?

No! Within our training we break down the misconceptions of what Drama and Dance are and how they can be delivered and embedded into your school curriculum.

We focus on demonstrating the benefits and impact Creative Learning can have both academically and emotionally.

We wouldn’t expect you to do anything you wouldn’t ask the children to do……and that’s mostly have fun!

Completion of this training you will receive a certificate and example resources to use in your own practise.

About Creative Minds

Creative Minds is co-founded and owned by drama specialist Rebecca Evers and dance specialist Elle McHugh. As parents and qualified teachers Rebecca and Elle have years of experience of working with youngsters and alongside teachers, and other educational providers to make Creative Learning a sustainable teaching tool to embed into every aspect of the school day.

Through courses, training, resources and qualifications Creative Minds break down the many misconceptions that still surround Creative Learning delivery. With a focus on learning styles, methods and stimulus Rebecca and Elle work with schools, teachers and coaches to build confidence in Creative Learning delivery and provide practical strategies and approaches for cross curricular delivery.

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