South East SENCo SupportApproved Expert
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South East SENCo Support
Supporting schools to improve provision for pupils with SEND.
Maree is an experienced teacher and SENCo who has worked in a wide variety of educational settings: early years, primary, secondary and further education; and mainstream and special schools. She has been a class teacher, subject leader, middle leader and senior leader. She has previous experience of being a school governor and working with school trustees, and is currently a trustee for a local charity foundation and sits on the board of school governors and fostering committee. Charlotte is an experienced teacher and qualified SENCo and has worked in a wide variety of educational settings, both mainstream and specialist, in all key stages. Her roles within schools have included: class teacher; Head of Key Stage 1 and Early Years; SENCo, and School Governor. She is now the SEN Governor for a local school. She has worked as a Provision and Evaluation Officer for Kent County Council, supporting schools to review their SEN provision and to then devise a plan to improve it to enable all learners to have their SEN needs met.
Maree has a Bachelor’s degree in primary education with a specialty in special educational needs; Qualified Teacher Status; and has achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs Coordination and National Award for SEN Co-ordination. Charlotte has a first class BA (Hons) in Education Studies; Qualified Teacher Status; and has achieved a Postgraduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs Co-ordination and National Award for SEN Co-ordination.
South East SENCo Support has successfully supported schools to improve their provision for individual children with SEN, and to improve their whole school SEN offer. They have supported professionals to navigate the complicated world of statutory requirements and to deliver appropriate, high quality and personalised provision to those children and young people with SEND. They have supported parents, carers and family members of children and young people with SEN to navigate the complicated and sometimes confronting SEND processes and procedures and have ensured that the best education, health, social care and employment outcomes were achieved. South East SENCo Support have supported young people who have experienced school-based anxiety to successfully reintegrate back into a school setting or to engage with home education.
Maree has a family history of special educational needs, and has long had an interest in ensuring children with SEND are able to achieve their own individual outcomes and giving them the best opportunities for a full and rich life. Charlotte’s brother has a diagnosis of Down’s Syndrome, and has been the source of her dedication to improve the lives of those people with SEND and their families. Both women are neurodiverse and work hard to champion SEN within educational settings as well as with the organisations that they partner with.