View cart “Meeting Special Needs – A practical guide to supporting children with ADHD” has been added to your cart.

Transition to school for children with additional needs (Webinar)

$25.00 $22.50 Member Price

By Emma Pierce 

The transition from early childhood education to school is a unique process for each child and each family. This is equally true for children with disabilities and developmental delays. How can educators and early years teachers best support these children and families to make successful transitions to school? Watch our webinar recording to find out.

If this is your first webinar, please tick the ‘Create an account’ box when you proceed to checkout and a link will be provided to watch the video online.

If you require group access to these webinars, please contact our Customer Service Team on or phone 1800 356 900 (free call in Australia) .

SKU: WEBINAR014 Categories: ,


Join expert Emma Pierce (Early Childhood Intervention Australia—NSW/ACT) for a practical and positive exploration of how to support the transition to school for children with disabilities and developmental delays.

Learn about:

  • using a community-wide approach to transition to school
  • potential roles and responsibilities for ECEC services
  • case studies linked to the EYLF and NQS.

Emma provides tips and strategies around:

  • making the most of partnerships with families and other professionals
  • sharing information with the child’s new school
  • preparing children for school in meaningful ways
  • using the practical downloadable tools from ECIA NSW/ACT’s Transition to School Resource.

Emma Pierce

Emma Pierce has worked with children with disabilities, their families and service providers for the last 17 years. Emma has worked in a range of early childhood intervention roles, including as a manager, trans-disciplinary practitioner, teacher and trainer in Australia and the UK. Emma is the main author of the Transition to School Resource website produced by Early Childhood Intervention Australia (NSW/ACT):