Newfield Training & Support

We are offering a range of training courses and support to help assist our families and colleagues

Newfield School is pleased to be able to offer a range of training opportunities to our colleagues in mainstream school, special school and Early Years settings. Many of our training courses are suitable for social care settings too.

Newfield has developed over many years its expertise in meeting the needs of children and young people with autism, and special educational needs and disabilities. We have a large staff team and have developed and enhanced our own ‘in-house’ trained trainers to support the staff development in Newfield. We are now very excited to expand this offer to the wider professional community.

Please spend some time browsing through our training pages to see if there is anything to suit your training needs. If you can’t spot the course you need, drop us a line and we would be happy to see if we can help you.

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Individual Pupil Support

Our Individual Pupil Support package is available to settings who feel they need more advice and a personalised approach to best support individual pupils with autism within their setting. This service is very individual to ensure hands on practical advice can be given.

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Newfield Autism Training

Our experienced autism teachers have developed training courses centred around particular areas of support for learners with autism.

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SEND Training

Keep a look out for training courses aimed at supporting learners with a range of special educational and needs and disabilities, coming soon…

We look forward to working with you.

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01254 588 600

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