Welcome to the NatSIP Website

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The NatSIP website offers access to a wealth of SI resources, most of which are freely available.  We encourage you to register on the site for full access to eveything we have to offer. 

Registration is free and open to anyone. 

A walkthrough/howto on the registration process is pdf here .

New to working with a pupil with sensory impairment?

Or need a quick refresher?

Be sure to check out the   pdf A place to start - Top 10 Tips document, one of the many resources for front-line staff in the NatSIP Sensory Learning Hub.

 
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Are you a front-line staff member looking for resources to use with children and young people with sensory impairment in your class or setting?

Check out what's available in the Sensory Learning Hub - over 300 resources for SI.

 

 

 

Are you looking for the NatSIP Eligibility Framework Documents?

Find them folder here in the NatSIP Document Library.

 

 

In recognition of the unique and independent role played by NatSIP, we hold a contract with the DfE to provide support for sensory impairment. 

During 2017 – 18 there are two key objectives as part of this contract

  • To enhance the capacity and knowledge base of the front line workforce
  • To develop the capacity of the SI sector

As part of the front line workforce programme NatSIP has committed to the development of face-to-face training and specialist support materials for SENCOs.  Through the promotion of best practice in the SI field NatSIP will provide SENCOs with the knowledge required to address the needs of SI learners in the classroom.

We looking for strategic national partners who will be able to support the programme by offering opportunities for NatSIP Associates to deliver an awareness raising session as part of an existing SENCO qualification provider course or through presentations at SENCO forums and events.

During the session, there will be an opportunity to contribute to the development of a training package, the focus of which will be supporting SENCOs in identifying and addressing the needs of SI children and young people and informing them of the specialist support available.

For more information about the SENCOs programme contact Bev Mars, NatSIP Associate