Step 1: Class Teacher, SENCO and Parents / Carers make the joint decision to place the child on the SEN Support Register.
Step 2: Individual targets and strategies / interventions are identified and put into place.
Step 3: These are reviewed at termly meetings with parents / carers, following the SEN Code of Practice 2014 format of Assess, Plan, Do, Review. External agencies may be involved for support and / or assessment where required.
Step 4: Where children have very complex needs and / or despite the school having taken relevant and purposeful action to support the SEN of the child, the child does not make expected progress, the school or parents may request an Education, Health and Care needs assessment. For more information on the above (EHC’s) please click here
Some children may remain on Step 3 for a significant period of time, as this continues to remain appropriate in meeting their needs. The SEN Support Register is a working document and children will move on and off the register dependent on their needs at any given time after consultation with parents / carers
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