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Whole school procedures

The senior leadership team should ensure that:

  • All staff are committed to the promotion of inclusion of all children in school
  • All SEND support and interventions that are available in school is
    collated and detailed, for example on a Provision Map.
  • There are processes in place that ensure that children/young people are aware of and involved in whole school decision making, eg through Pupil forums, Pupil panels etc

  • There are procedures in place to make transitions as smooth as possible for children and young people (for example when they are starting school/ a new year group and also during the school day/week)
  • Staff skills are regularly audited (see Quality First Teaching section) and further training in SEND is offered to staff groups and individual staff when required.

  • Schools encourage and support a team approach to addressing SEND. In particular:
    • Staff are given encouragement and opportunities to discuss concerns, problem solve and provide support both practically and emotionally to each other.

    • There are planned opportunities for key staff to share good practice with staff from other schools.

    • Senior staff actively promote and facilitate these networking and mentoring opportunities.

 

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