- 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.
- The ‘Assess, Plan, Do, Review’ cycle
Make effective use of the Assess, Plan, Do, Review (APDR) Cycle. This is also known as the Graduated Approach.
- SEND roles and responsibilities
Section under development.
- 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.
- National SEND guidance
Useful SEND guidance and reports to inspire and inform.
- Early identification
Advice and support for children in the early years not making expected progress.