Identifying, Supporting and reviewing Special Educational Needs can vary depending on the stage of education you or your child or young person is at.
This information on this page is designed to help you to understand what duties and responsibilities are placed on providers in each phase of your child or young persons education and has been drawn from the SEND Code of Practice 0-25.
By accessing the buttons below, you will be able to see what the law says providers must do at each stage of a child or young persons education and how their duties should be carried out.
- Early Identification
- The role of the SENCO
- Reviewing and Monitoring Progress and Outcomes
- an much more…
For additional reading, you can access the full SEND Code of Practice by clicking on Special Educational Needs and Disability Law from our Information Pages
Early Years (Age 0-5)Click to find out more about the duties of Early Years providers
Schools (Age 5-16)Click to find out more about the duties of Schools
Further Education (Age 16 +)Click to find out more about the duties of Post-16 providers
Preparing for AdulthoodClick to find out more about Preparing for Adulthood
Integrated Assessment Plans (IAP)Find out about IAP's and how they are used in the identification, support and review process