2nd Edition

Provision Mapping and the SEND Code of Practice
Making it work in primary, secondary and special schools

ISBN 9781138907089
Published September 16, 2015 by Routledge
130 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

USD $50.95

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Book Description

In the busy world that schools inhabit, this book provides clear guidance on how to implement a simple and user-friendly system that will ensure all pupil progress is forensically examined and any inadequacies swiftly addressed. Provision Mapping and the SEND Code of Practice describes a tried and tested system that helps schools to successfully identify, implement and track provision for all pupils, irrespective of whether they have a special educational need or not.

This new edition:

  • demonstrates how schools can implement the requirements of the new SEND Code of Practice
  • provides achievable solutions to the problems that schools face in trying to evidence the impact of the additional support they provide
  • provides photocopiable templates of tables that can be used to track progress of all pupils
  • contains easy to use tools that will allow a school to clearly evidence that additional funding is used efficiently.

This second edition has been fully updated to reflect the recent changes to SEN legislation, the new SEND Code of Practice (2015), the new National Curriculum and new assessment requirements and the new Common Inspection Framework. Additional material has been added to provide a resource for secondary and special schools. Headteachers, senior managers, leadership teams, SENCOs and other educational professionals will find the guidance and support provided by this book invaluable.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements  Dedication  Introduction  1. Provision Mapping and the 2014 SEND Code of Practice  2. Assess  3. Plan  4. Do  5. Review  6. What should Provision Mapping look like in Primary Schools?  7. What should Provision Mapping look like in Secondary Schools?  8. What should Provision Mapping in look like in Special Schools?  9. Lastly…  Bibliography

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Anne Massey is an experienced SENCO and school leader, now working as an independent consultant with schools and local authorities across the UK.


"This clear, concise and easily accessible book is an extremely useful resource for any SENCO or inclusion leader to share with their whole staff, regardless of their level of experience." - Ruth Harlow, Nasen Special

"This is a useful additon to any new SENCO's bookshelf. And, because the recommendations are fully referenced, it would also benefit anyone studying for the National Award for SENCO. Highly recommended." - Martin Edmonds, Special Children