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Including children/young people with Special Educational Needs in Arts Programmes

Training Module delivered by the Centre for SEN Inclusion and Diversity, St Angela’s College, Sligo

Wednesday 19th June 2019, 9.15am – 2pm

Council Chamber, City Hall, Quay Street, Sligo

This session will provide introductory training for artists of all genres working with children and young people with SEN. The training will look at areas including autism, dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, general learning disabilities and sensory disabilities.

Bookings by 5th June, stating your area of practice to / Telephone: 071 911 4466

The Centre for Special Educational Needs Inclusion and Diversity (CSENID) at St Angela’s College provides quality in-service teacher education and continuing professional development programmes in the area of Special Educational Needs (SEN) for teachers and other professionals in a variety of educational settings. CSENID has a strong research focus striving to undertake high quality research contributing to the development and enhancement of education policy and practice in the area of SEN, inclusion and diversity both nationally and internationally. In 2015, CSENID and Music Generation Sligo established an innovative three year research, training and programming partnership with regard to the delivery of music education programmes to children and young people with SEN.


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