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Last reviewed on 12 November 2020
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Use our questionnaire to identify your staff's development needs around SEND and get their views on your provision to drive improvements. Get advice on how to address these development needs, and see how one school is doing this in their setting.

Download our staff questionnaire on SEND

Use our staff questionnaire to:

  • Audit staff knowledge of the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Code of Practice 
  • Collect staff views on your school’s special educational needs (SEN) provision

KeyDoc: staff questionnaire on SEND

You could use this alongside our template to audit your school's SEND provision.

Use CPD to address gaps and have staff do self-audits

Use the results of the staff questionnaire above to inform future staff CPD around SEND. 

You could run training on aspects of SEND that staff are less familiar with, or make an information sheet where an aspect of the school's policy has changed, for example.

Share our downloadable handout on the SEND Code of Practice for teaching staff, to help them understand their responsibilities under the code.

Ask for the opinion of pupils and parents

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