In this episode, Toria chats to Ginny Bootman about the importance of building positive relationships in school with the children, our co-workers and the parents.
Ginny has been teaching longer than she hasn't. She has been a Headteacher, Senior
Manager and Class teacher, teaching all ages in the Primary age range. She is currently a SENCO of four primary schools in Northamptonshire. She believes in her mantra
#Followtheempathyroad and embodies this in everything she does. She has spoken nationally at 'The National SEN Conference' as well as NASEN Live. She collaborates with both Primary and Secondary SENDCOs by working alongside them to support them in what we all know can be a very demanding role.
She has had her book published ‘Independent Thinking on Being a SENDCO’ which can be found at Crown House Publishing. Use code SENDCO20 to get 20% off Ginny's book.
You can find Ginny on Twitter @sendcogirl and at her website www.ginnybootman.com
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