SEND at Warren Wood
What is a SEND Support plan?
A SEND plan sets out support, beyond that of First Quality Teaching, and identifies outcomes a child will be working towards within a certain time frame to enable them to make progress in areas they find challenging. A SEND plan records outcomes in the four areas outlined in the SEND Code of Pracrtice. These areas are Communication and Interaction, Cognition and Learning, Sensory and Physical, and SEMH. A child may have outcomes in more than one area, which may alter over time.
A child can have a SEND Support plan at any point during their education. At Warren Wood we continually moitor chldren's progress and attainment. SEND plans are devised with parental/carer and outside agency input. They are reviewed termly with new outcomes being agreed.
If you would like to speak to your child's class teacher about your child's progress, please do not hesitate to contact school or email the SENDCo.
What is an EHC plan?
An Education, Health and Care plan (EHC plan) is a legal document which describes a child or young person’s aged up to 25 special educational needs, the support they need, and the outcomes they would like to achieve. This means an EHC plan can give a child or young person extra educational support. It can also give parents and young people more choice about which school or other setting the child or young person can attend.
An EHCP can only be issued after a child or young person has gone through the process of an Education, Health and Care needs assessment. An EHC Needs Assessment will not always lead to an EHC plan. The information gathered during an EHC Needs Assessment may indicate ways in which the school, college or other provider can meet the child or young person’s needs without an EHC plan.
What is Person Centred Planning?
What is an EHCP Annual Review?