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Record keeping

The SEND Code of Practice (2015) states:

Colleges should keep a student’s profile and record of support up to date to inform discussions with the student about their progress and support. This should include accurate information to evidence the SEN support that has been provided over a student’s time in college and its effectiveness. They should record details of what additional or different provision they make to meet a student’s SEN and their progress towards specified outcomes. This should include information about the student’s SEN, interventions and the support of specialists. The information should be used as part of regular discussions with the student and, where appropriate, the family, about the student’s progress, the expected outcomes and planned next steps.


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