Hi all, I'm a new SENCo and one of my first tasks has been to create a SEN register (the filing and organisation was all over the place-I'm sure my predecessor knew who was SEN Support but no-one else seemed to). As I've dug deeper and created a list of children who have Learning Plans etc I've come to the conclusion that possibly not all children are SEN Support. I understand that it is up to us, as a school, to create our own criteria for SEN Support but I'm struggling to know where to start with this. I think there has been a culture within school to automatically put Low Achieving children down as SEN and I feel that a few of them are not, but I need to clarify this. Does anyone have any advice on how to define which children should be SEN Support? And, equally, who should be classed as SEN Monitored? If a child is having Speech and Language Therapy for instance, but academically are achieving in school-are the SEN Support? I feel I may be making this process more complicated than it needs to be but it's the one area that feels particularly 'foggy!' Thanks in advance.