SEND Inclusion Award

What is the SEND Inclusion Award?

The SEND Inclusion Award offers mainstream schools the opportunity to gain accreditation for high-quality provision and outcomes for children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). Schools are required to reflect on and improve their provision in line with a series of objectives that fulfil both Ofsted criteria and the SEND Code of Practice*. Specifically, the award focuses on ‘outcomes’ for pupils and how schools can demonstrate the impact of their SEND provision. The award leads schools through a process of self-evaluation, action planning and evidence collection before final verification and accreditation. The award will help schools develop high-quality SEND provision throughout the school.

SEND Our working group

There is a dedicated working group who are collaborating on the SEND Inclusion Award which includes:

SENDCO, Deputy Headteacher, Chair of Governors, Parent

This working group meets fortnightly to gather evidence for the award; analyse our current practice and discuss improvements we can make to our SEND provision.

SEND Evaluation

SEND Evaluations