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Curriculum, Logistics, and School Support in the East

Chris Carey has more than 20 years experience in both mainstream and special education, both as a classroom teacher and a member of school leadership teams.

Specialising in behaviour management support and inclusion, as well as curriculum development and school logistics, he can offer your school the following:

Really pleased to be sponsoring this lad this season, through our #SEND curriculum, @NAPNorfolk!

Always pleased to help those who are trying to achieve great things.

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Thank you to @ClassNorfolk for sponsoring @ljackson_9 for the 20/21 season.

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I’m currently working on a long term project, and unable to take on any school based contracts.

I can however, offer support/advice on an informal, FOC basis for any schools that want any.

*We will still be running the @NAPNorfolk for NEW and existing partner schools.*

Still time to get this into your school for the new term.

Don’t forget, we’ve got an Outdoor Ed curriculum too - perfect to get your pupils re-engaged, with cross-curricular objectives.

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Looking for advice, guidance and support with challenging behaviours or looking for ways in which to engage students in their learning?

Need help and support with any school logistics?

including Activity weeks and Theme Day planning

Need a supply teacher for the day, a number of days, or to fill a short term contract?

Management training and Team building activities are also available, with bespoke packages depending on need.

Also available from CLASSNorfolk, the following curriculum resources

SMSC

How do you teach SMSC across your school? We have weekly differentiated resources available as well as a Yearly planner, helping you to deliver SMSC and assemblies in your school. 30 minute lesson plans for KS2, 3 and 4 available, in termly blocks, with Assemblies to run alongside them.

Norfolk Assessment Pathway

“A curriculum by teachers, for teachers.”

Do you struggle to demonstrate progress for your SEND pupils in your mainstream setting? The NAP is a specialist curriculum developed by Norfolk’s SEN Trust of schools and now in use in more than 40 schools across the county, allowing those smaller steps of progress that traditional a curriculum doesn’t always demonstrate. The NAP is a constantly evolving product, adapting to meet the latest educational changes, and meet the needs of our partner schools. Membership of the NAP allows regular CPD for your staff, cross-school moderation, and a chance to influence the direction and content of the curriculum.

 Chris has a wide range of skills acquired from a range of settings, including Pupil Referral Unit (PRU), Mainstream, and SEN schools. He has led projects involving Boys’ engagement, Student reward programmes, Curriculum design and development, and Staff development days. With recent experience of delivering School to School (S2S) support in Mainstream settings, he can work with schools to help get students with a range of needs fully engaged and included in learning.

A Norfolk Steps tutor, Chris has a background in Behaviour support, and has recent experience of leading on Behaviour in a Specialist setting. Chair of the Special Schools Deputies Group, he is also used to leading other professionals, and as Project Lead on the Norfolk Assessment Pathway (NAP) he is a regular visitor to mainstream settings, delivering training on areas of curriculum support and moderation.

Experience and responsibilities

Mainstream Assistant Headteacher
SEN Deputy Headteacher
Chair of Special Schools Deputy Headteacher group
Project management experience
S2S & Intervention practitioner
Norfolk Steps Trainer
Classroom experience across many curriculum areas
Experience of raising attainment
Experience in the delivery of CPD to staff in a range of settings

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email: chris@classnorfolk.co.uk
Telephone:  +44 7887 600283