Especially ones that have a virtually full time teaching responsibility!? I am shattered and don't think I am doing a very good job! I am trying to organise interventions and track progress which is pretty time consuming (with very little time out of the classroom), but it's the child-centered meetings that are taking up all of my time. Every time I add a child to the SEN register, I need to hold a meeting with the parents/child (plus see the child beforehand to gather their views) and class teacher, then type up the outcomes. I can't do this in school time as I am teaching, so I seem to be spending every second after school doing these meetings. Can I ask other SENCos (or even class teachers) how this works in your school-are you, as SENCo, doing these initial meetings, or are the class teachers doing them? I'm new to all this and am doing it the way the previous SENCo did it (who had lots of time out of the classroom!) so is there anything I could do to make my life easier? I need some help!