SEN Support Toolkit

SEN Support Toolkit


About the SEN Toolkit 

Following the launch of Buckinghamshire’s Ordinarily Available Provision document, it's clear that schools across Buckinghamshire are keen to ensure all children and young people are included and supported to achieve the best outcomes possible.

To successfully implement SEN support in line with the OAP document across the county further guidance is required to support schools to put this into practice.

The toolkit provides practical information, advice and tools to implement SEN support within a school setting, 
split into 4 sections covering the 4 areas of need.

SEN support good practice

Ordinarily available provision and what SEN support looks like in Buckinghamshire

Working with families

Advice and guidance on how to engage and work with parents, children and young people

Supporting presenting needs

Information, advice and signposting for each area of need

Supporting change

Support for children and young people as they move from teen to adult

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