I appear to have got myself embroiled in a battle of wills with our Inclusion Manager. As anticipated, the start to this term has not been smooth for a number of children, and this has generated the need for various CAMHS/Safeguarding referrals to be made. This resulted in me being issued with several lengthy forms to fill in (the same week as assessment marking and data imputting deadlines). Admin for the sake of it is not something that any of us particularly have time for so I contacted my local union rep to ask which parts of the forms fell within my remit to complete. On taking advice that it should be just the parts relevant to and that could only be completed by the class teacher, I completed those sections and emailed them back. Following this, all teaching staff were treated to a generic email from SEN team (in caps lock) stating that it was our responsibility to complete forms in their entirety, as they don't have time. I have now had my original forms returned to me (over a week since submitting) asking that I imput all the personal details, many of which will take time to find. I should just mention that the culture at school is not one of openness, and I don't feel I could resolve his by seeing the HT, who would just instruct me to get on with it as they are very cliquey with the Inclusion Manager. My question is, who is responsible for completing the general admin part of paperwork, and how can I politely insist that it shouldn't be me?