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Last reviewed on 13 August 2021
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Download our template SEND register to help you manage SEND provision across your school. Read advice from experts on who to include in your register, and how to review it.

We worked with our experts Lorraine Petersen and Sally Cope to create the resources and guidance in this article.

SEND register: KeyDoc template

Use this template for a special educational needs and disability (SEND) register to help you record information about pupils with additional learning needs and disabilities. 

You can filter the spreadsheet by different values – for example, to view all boys in class 4a receiving special educational needs (SEN) support.

This allows you to:

  • Organise interventions for specific groups
  • Identify which class teachers may need extra support

The spreadsheet has columns for recording pupils’ areas of need, as set out in the SEND Code of Practice. 

The KeyDoc also includes a template for an interventions record.

KeyDoc – SEND register template

You should add a pupil to your SEND register if they require provision that is additional and different to that offered to all pupils in order

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