- Ordinarily Available Inclusive Practice (OAIP)
A classroom guide to support all teaching and learning staff. Includes prompts, strategies and examples of good practice to support children and young people.
- Supporting children and young people with SEND
Early identification, effective use of the Assess, Plan, Do, Review Cycle, applying for an Education Health and Care Needs Assessment (EHCNA), SEND funding and National SEND guidance.
- Cognition and learning
Information, resources and links to support children and young people with additional cognition and learning needs, including specific learning difficulties.
- Physical and sensory – including medical needs
Information, resources and links to support children and young people with additional physical and sensory needs, including sensory impairment, sensory processing issues and developmental co-ordination disorder.
- Communication and interaction
Information, resources and links to support children and young people with additional speech, language, social communication or interaction needs
- Social, emotional and mental health
Information, resources and links for social, emotional or mental health needs, including emotionally based school avoidance, adverse childhood experiences and eating disorders.