Hertfordshire's first SEND toolkit on special educational needs or disabilities for schools produced by Hertfordshire County Council and Herts for Learning.
Herts County Council and Herts for Learning have produced Hertfordshire's first SEND toolkit on special educational needs or disabilities for schools.
One of the key drivers of the toolkit is to help professionals deliver the culture change required by the 2014 SEND reforms. It is based on the SEND reforms but adds the Hertfordshire flavour around what we want to see delivered for our children and young people. A vast array of resources accompany the toolkit, and include a SEND benchmark and planning tool that helps guide schools to provide and manage quality SEND support.
The suite of SEND materials developed over time provides schools with a vision, a self-evaluation framework and now a toolkit to provide a range of resources, tools and guidance to support the onward journey in supporting children and young people with SEND.
You can see the free digital version of the Hertfordshire SEND Toolkit 2019-20 here.
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