The Golden Threads of inclusive practice to support children with SEND throughout the EYFS

Is providing high quality inclusive provision for children with special educational needs and disabled (SEND) children in the early years one of your priorities?

Do you want to lead innovation and change to improve outcomes for children with SEND which will be sustainable?

Come along to this event facilitated by Julie Revels and colleagues from Local Authorities who are pioneering and implementing approaches which encompass the growing understanding of what works in the early years.

The session will consider key elements of effective practice which are central to improving outcomes for children with SEND in the early years.

  • The whole setting approach to support
  • High quality teaching and learning
  • Personalisation and person centred thinking
  • Early Years workforce; professionalism and practice

This event is aimed at:

  • practitioners
  • Local Authority EY officers
  • setting SENCos
  • Childminders
  • Early Years Teachers

Book your place here.


Julie Revels

Julie Revels has 28 years’ experience working within the early years sector in a range of roles as an early years teacher, an early years team leader, a manager of a pre-school home visiting service, an advisory teacher and Head of service for early years and child care.

She has vast experience in the field of learning difficulties and disabilities in the early years. She has devised and delivered training for Primary and Early Years SENCO’s both locally and nationally. She leads the Early Years Area SENCO development group on behalf of the Special Educational Needs Joint Initiative for Training (SENJIT) at The Institute of Education. This module has been successfully delivered in 5 Local Authorities with over 100 students achieving 20 credits towards a Foundation Degree.