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SEND: Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs
A practical guide to identifying children with SEND and providing inclusive practice.
What will I learn?
Where adults start to have concerns about aspects of a child's development, they must consider how best to help the child, including whether they need any extra help or support. The earlier this is done the better the future outcomes for the child.
This publication is intended for practitioners, managers and those with particular responsibilities for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), equalities and inclusion. It helps practitioners provide a supportive, inclusive and enabling environment where children's needs are identified early and children are helped to thrive.
This book was developed by
, Early Years Consultant and previous Ofsted Divisional Manager for Early Years Policy.
Key topics and chapters
• Sharing concerns you have about a child
• Seeking professional help
• Developing an inclusive learning environment
• Particular needs - what you might see and do
• Useful sources of help and guidance
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