Adewunmi Payne Akinhanmi

Head of Learning Support Department (SENCo)

Springhall British School

Adewunmi Payne-Akinhanmi is an award-winning Special Education Needs Educator of more than 15 years coordinating learning provision for pupils ages 0-16 with SpLD, Autism, SEBD, DS, CP and General Learning difficulties. As an international teacher trainer who has worked over 15 years within international schools using the English National Curriculum, Adewunmi shares her daily classroom experiences to guide, inspire and promote best practice for supporting all learners especially students with SEND. Adewunmi has contributed to conferences and delivered training courses for SENCOs, teachers, parents and learning support assistants in many countries of the world including the United Kingdom, Ivory Coast, Nigeria, Egypt, United States of America and the United Arab Emirate. Adewunmi started with a BSc in Zoology from the premiere University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and has gone ahead to achieved three post graduate degrees in Education- Post Graduate Diploma from University of Lagos, a Post graduate Certificate in SEN and Inclusion from University of Wolverhampton and the Institute of Education, University College London UK. She has also trained extensively in the field of SEND across the world through seminars, conferences and short courses. Adewunmi is the Director of Kingscourt Learn Resource Nigeria.


30 October, 2023 | 15:30 to 15:50
Student’s achievement at the heart of Inclusive Curriculum Delivery

The inclusive curriculum delivery in a nutshell is the total learning experience of any child in a learning environment that ensures all learners develop appropriate skills and achieve up to their fullest potential with little or no barrier to their accessing the learning curriculum. Participants will explore the different areas of the curriculum and its effect on learning delivery During this session, the different areas of learning needs will be highlighted and how these areas of need may be supported in the inclusive learning environment to deliver quality first teaching will be communicated in a practical and highly interactive way. Participants will gain a broader understanding on inclusive practice in ensuring no child is left behind in learning no matter their needs or disability.