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Special educational needs (SEN) teachers work with children and young people who need extra support and guidance, to teach in a way that helps them reach their full potential.
Join Teach Portsmouth for a webinar on special educational needs teaching on Wednesday 20 October from 4pm - 5pm. Hear from Portsmouth-based professionals who share their experiences of working in primary and secondary settings who support children and young people.
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Get top tips and recommendations on routes into the profession and learn about the opportunities available in Portsmouth. Take part in our live Q&A at the end of the webinar where you can ask questions live.
Luci trained at the University of Brighton from 2001 to 2005. After graduating, she worked in a school for 6 years as a PE teacher before moving to a pupil referral unit to work with young people who had been permanently excluded from mainstream schools. After this time, Luci gained a SENCO qualification from the University of Chichester, joining Redwood Park Academy as an assistant principal a few years later. Luci became principal at the specialist school in April 2020.
Fran completed a teacher training course at King Alfred's College in Winchester (now the University of Winchester) from 1994 - 1998. Since then, she has taught in Portsmouth schools, teaching every year group in a primary setting.
In 2015, Fran took on the role of a special educational needs co-ordinator (SENCO) to support this area inside Langstone Infant Academy.
Shortly after this time, she completed a SENCO accreditation at the University of Winchester in 2017. She is now deputy head teacher at the school.