Evidence shows that children with special education needs (SEN) have lower levels of educational attainment than those without SEN, this means that they may be at risk of disadvantage. Leaders must continue to identify those with SEND so support can be provided so they can make progress.
Data shows that disadvantaged children in West Sussex have not been achieving as well as their peers at any stage in their education. How do we support disadvantage children at the earliest opportunity? How to recognise if a child has SEND or is disadvantaged?
Guidance and advice for teachers of asylum seeking and refugee children and young people.
Good practice examples, working profiles, assessments, support for parents and specialist team support.
For pupils from minority ethnic backgrounds, including:
-English as an Additional Language (EAL)
-Gypsy, Roma & Travellers (GRT)
Information for identifying and supporting young carers.
Information for schools and setting regarding children and young people at risk of exclusion.
Information and links to West Sussex’ Virtual School Team.
Information for schools about understanding and supporting children and young people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual trans (LGBT+), and their families.