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INSET Training

If you are looking for informative, interactive, and enjoyable SEND INSET training for your school, look no further than The Sunshine Room. Our sessions are in high demand and provide a different take on the usual training sessions. 

About Our Training

At The Sunshine Room, we believe that every student deserves the opportunity to succeed, and we work closely with schools to develop customised training programs that meet their unique needs and goals. Our trainings cover a wide range of topics, from understanding and supporting students with autism and other neurodivergent conditions, to creating effective learning environments that foster academic and social-emotional growth for all students.

With a proven track record of success, we have helped countless schools across the country improve their approach to inclusive education and support students with special needs. Whether you're looking for in-person or virtual trainings, our team is here to help you achieve your goals and make a positive impact on the lives of your students. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help your school succeed.

Training Sessions

All the sessions below are available for half-day and full-day training. Sessions can be provided in-person or virtually and can also be customised to meet individual needs. 

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Introduction to Autism

An informative, interactive session that introduces people to autism, the main features and how to support autistic children's needs. This is a great session for new educators or for people with a limited understanding of autism. 

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Introduction to SEND

A holistic look at the most common SEND needs within schools in the UK. We examine autism, ADHD and Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs and how we can adapt teaching and support to meet individual needs. 

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Re-framing and Demystifying Autism

This session will challenge everything you may have thought you knew about autism. It will examine the 10 biggest misconceptions and, hopefully, change your perspective on what it is like to be autistic and how we can speak more positively about autism.


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A Lee, Regional SEND Lead

Very clear and incredibly informative. Crucial for all professionals to consider ACE's when working with our young people. Loved the explanation of how the brain is affected. 

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Primary Inclusion Lead

"Fantastic presentation on trauma! Really insightful, especially in current times and Liv gave very practical tips for our staff on how to effectively support children who have experienced trauma.

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