SEND support and graduated approach

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Guidance - 26 Mar 2015

This webcast will provide guidance for schools on the key best practice features of an effective graduated approach to SEN Support.

The new SEN 0 - 15 Code of Practice - SEN Support and the Graduated Approach The ‘graduated approach’ outlines four types of action that need to be taken for effective support for pupils with SEN to be in place. They form a cycle where earlier decisions and actions are revisited and revised with the growing understanding of a pupil’s needs and the support that this needed to ensure good progress.
This webcast will provide guidance for schools on the key best practice features of an effective graduated approach to SEN Support. It will also support schools in considering how they can review and refine their current practice to take account of the new guidelines and secure good outcomes for pupils with SEN.

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