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Senco qualification - no longer compulsory?

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by Devonsent, Mar 9, 2011.

  1. I deferred my course because of the unrealistic expectations it has against my current roles within school (and new baby). From a personal point of view, I would be chuffed to bits if it has been scrapped and we go back to good old LEA input. However I also hope the people who have gone through this process have got something worthwhile from it.
    Will keep my ear to the ground and post on here if I find out.
  2. jen77

    jen77 New commenter

    Many thanks - am doing it at the moment and am really struggling to keep up with it, there just isn't enough time!![​IMG]
  3. minnie me

    minnie me Star commenter

    Don't know but would like to ! I don't think that anyone was ever 'made ' to do it inspite of the mandatory tag but some colleagues have liked the idea that they can earn credits towards an MA and I have heard that in Primaries some Heads heve been asking prospective SENCOs if they have it . Am intererested in the new scholarship programme will fund teachers to study higher-level qualifications in SEN- not to pursue though !

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