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SEND Code of Practice & EYFS Framework – what they say

  • General
  • 02 Sep 2021
early years

This resource is a quick reference guide which highlights the key messages for SEND in the context of early years. It can be printed out and displayed, used as the focus of a staff meeting or kept in the front of a practitioner’s planning folder.

The resource is suitable for all Early Years practitioners.

The resource can be used to raise awareness of Early Years practitioners regarding their responsibilities for SEND.

The benefit of using this resource is an increased knowledge and understanding of the SEND Code of Practice (2015) and the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework (2021) in relation to provision for children with SEND in the Early Years.
 

Suitable for: Early Years Practitioner, SENCO

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