SEND toolkit second edition
Hertfordshire's second 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 a second edition of Hertfordshire's SEND toolkit for schools.
This new and updated resource continues to support professionals to deliver great provision for children and young people with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND).
Based on the principles and statutory requirements of the SEND code of practice, the toolkit adds a Hertfordshire flavour to the mix, modelling great practice for all five outcomes of the local authority’s SEND strategy. A vast array of tools and resources accompany the toolkit, including a self-evaluation tool that helps guide schools towards providing high quality SEN support.
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