• SENCO handover: template If your SENCO leaves, use our handover template to cover all the bases and make sure your school continues to meet the needs of all pupils with SEN.
  • SENCO's year planner Get organised with our annual planner for special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCOs). You'll find strategic aims for the autumn, spring and summer terms to help you plan your diary, and a list of operational tasks to schedule in throughout the year.
  • SEND Code of Practice: a summary Read our summary to help you comply with the SEND Code of Practice. Find out how the EHC assessment process works, and share our handout with staff to help them understand their responsibilities under the code.
  • SEND provision: requirements and best practice audit UpdatedComplete our audit to have total confidence you've got everything in place for pupils with SEND and are meeting the statutory requirements of the SEND Code of Practice.
  • SEND register: template and advice Download our template register to help you manage SEND provision across your school. Find out who should be included in the register, how to review it, and the process for removing pupils from the register.
  • SEN provision in the EYFS: requirements Understand what's required of early years providers under the SEND Code of Practice, including identifying needs, managing SEN support, requesting EHC assessments and helping with transition.
  • SEN provision mapping Evidence how you meet the needs of pupils with SEN and additional needs, measure the impact of your interventions, and calculate their cost by downloading our template provision maps to improve your SEN provision mapping.
  • SEN provision: role of teaching staff Understand the role of teaching staff in the graduated approach to SEN support. Be clear on their responsibilities so you can give your staff the confidence to support pupils with SEN.
  • Supporting all teachers who teach pupils with SEN Help the teachers in your school become 'teachers of special educational needs (SEN)'. Read about quality first teaching, differentiation, training for staff, and the graduated approach.