Sounds Sensory!

Creating sensory environments and teaching techniques conducive to engagement, learning and communication.

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On this very practical day, Naomi explores how to create sensory environments within your classroom to support pupils with severe and complex learning needs to engage, interact and develop their communication.  

To begin, Naomi shows you the importance of cutting down the distraction of background sound – and the huge impact this simple change has on pupils’ learning.

She then shares a plethora of dynamic, but simple, ideas to promote mental health and wellbeing; create very effective ways to focus pupils’ attention on sensory activities and to facilitate meaningful communication opportunities.

These ‘easy to replicate’ ideas and activities will be invaluable to you in your classroom or learning space, and you will be able to implement them straight away.

Naomi asks, and shares a variety of solutions for, the following questions:

  • How can we create focused sensory experiences that will support a pupil’s personalised learning? 
  • How can I communicate with my pupils in a way which is clearer and easier to understand? 
  • How can I enable my pupils to make their communication more explicit and successful? 
  • What do we mean by ‘a sensory friendly’ learning environment’? 
  • Why will personally experiencing the barriers to learning my pupils face, enable me to create more successful strategies for interaction & engagement? 
  • How do I build more successful relationships and trust?

SSHHH…Sounds Sensory!

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Creating sensory environments and teaching techniques conducive to engagement, learning and communication!

With Naomi Rosenberg

18 November – Manchester

19 November – Birmingham

22 November – London

Who is presenting?

Naomi Rosenberg is an experienced teacher of the deaf who has chosen to work with children with complex needs. She has an in-depth understanding of deafness in combination with autism, profound learning difficulties, epilepsy, visual impairment and physical challenges. She has always championed a non subject based curriculum for semi-formal learners in favour of a multi sensory topic based curriculum. She passionately believes in inclusion and develops activities and opportunities for all children to work and play together with choices and creative communication strategies using all the senses.

Who should attend?

This will be appropriate for classroom practitioners from special schools and colleges, mainstream settings with specialist SEN provision and early years settings, who are working with pupils with PMLD/ CLDD.

Course notes?

The learning continues after the course has ended with an online copy of all pertinent presentations, video and documents from the day on our website, for you to share with your colleagues and continue your learning journey long after the training has finished!

Times & housekeeping? 

We begin the day from 9am with coffee and registration with presentations beginning at 9.30am.   We will finish around 3.30pm. All refreshments and a lovely lunch are provided! Please let us know on your application form if you have any specific dietary requirements. Please note, we always cater for vegetarians.


£245 plus VAT per place including refreshments & lunch.

How many days left to book?

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