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SEN provision: responsibilities of teaching staff

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Last updated on 14 July 2017
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What are the responsibilities of teaching staff in relation to SEN provision? We relay guidance from the SEND Code of Practice on what responsibilities teaching staff have in relation to pupils with SEN. This article features a set of KeySlides to help you share this information with teachers.

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  1. 1 Staff training resources
  2. 2 The graduated approach to SEN support
  3. 3 Assessment of SEN
  4. 4 Planning SEN support
  5. 5 Putting plans into action
  6. 6 Reviewing arrangements for pupils with SEN
  7. 7 The EHC plan
  8. 8 The role of the SENCO

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  • 2 videos
  • 2 external links

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