Best Practice

Getting your SEN Information Report right

Schools are required to present a wealth of information on their websites and key among this is the SEN Information Report. Inclusion and SEN expert Garry Freeman advises

How do you tell the story of your pupils’ and your school’s successes? Yes, there are celebration events and evenings, letters to parents, assemblies – and each has a role to play; however, your school website is increasingly important in telling your story.

If you recall and apply the key elements of the 2015 SEND Code of Practice, represented in a harmonious website where each part of your evidence complements every other part, then Ofsted may (almost) never need to visit – what’s more your pupils can access everything they should be able to and they and their parents can feel valued and included.

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