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SEN provision: requirements for schools
What must schools have in place for SEN provision? We relay guidance from the SEND Code of Practice on what schools must have in place for pupils with SEN and disabilities. We also include a KeyDoc to help you audit your SEND provision.
- Admissions arrangements
- Provision for pupils with SEN or disabilities
- Supporting inclusion
- Reasonable adjustments
- Staffing requirements
- Working with parents
- The local offer
- SEND-related policies and documents
- Understanding your responsibilities
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