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Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by breadmaker, Feb 12, 2011.
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Have not heard of a provision plan but assume it describes personalised support ? A provision map is more likely to resume what is on offer for a co hort eg SA / SA + / Statemented - will also have success criteria and may well be costed to show value for money . It may well cover the areas of an IEP eg personal / social / emotional development and references to literacy /numeracy . You may provide one version for staff ( I am secondary ) and one for parents . We used to link ours to ECM ( now known as Helping Children Achieve More ) . If you produce one for your SA co - hort then you need to identify what the criteria is for placement ( as in your policy doc ) and then highlight the relevant bit for parents. Can send you exapmles of the latter if you let me know your e mail.
I am a new SENCo too and would appreciate any helpful documents you can send. My predecessor was not at work for many many months and I am still seeking the SEN Policy at my secondary. My email is:
No worries - have examples of SEN / Incluision policy too - will e mail when I locate in work to morrow pm
Dear Minnie Me
Can I be really cheeky and also get a copy of those examples too as I am very keen to become a SENCO and doing all the possible research into the job and unable to get specific details as not employed by a school at present.