SEND - Identification & Assessment
How do we Identify and Assess Children with SEND?
Most children and young people will have their special educational needs met in mainstream schools through good classroom practice. This is called Quality First Teaching.
At Wheatley Hill Primary School, we follow a graduated support approach which is called “Assess, Plan, Do, Review”. This means that we will:
Assess a child’s special educational needs.
Plan the provision to meet your child’s aspirations and agreed outcomes.
Do put the provision in place to meet those outcomes.
Review the support and progress.
As part of this approach, we will produce a SEN Support Plan that describes the provision that we will make to meet a child’s special educational needs and agreed outcomes. Parents and carers will be fully involved in this process.
A small percentage of children and young people with significant learning difficulties might need an assessment that could lead to an Education, Health and Care Plan. Full details can be found on the Local Offer website.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.