Hi everyone, This is my third year teaching (second year, in reception) and I've found myself in a bit of a planning pickle! I have a child starting this year with severe SEN needs but as of yet he has no statement, so no IEP yet. He has currently been assessed developmentally between 8-20 months. He can't speak (just screams when distressed), he's still in nappies and he struggles when playing near other children. I have one to one support for him in the mornings and I was hoping to plan for him as an individual as I think group situations will be too much for him initially. I have been looking online and I cannot find any examples of personalised daily SEN planning for EYFS children. I have never worked with a child with this level of need before and I really want the activities planned to be meaningful and worthwhile. I do not want him sitting through lessons that he cannot access as he will quickly become frustrated. I was hoping that someone might have had a similar experience previously as I'm in desperate need of advice on how to plan for him? Any advice will be greatly received!