A teacher’s guide on what to do about SEN concerns


This is an 8 page guide for teachers/ SENCOs/ school leaders on what to do if there is a child in their class/ school whom they suspect has special educational needs that have not yet been diagnosed. The most common Specials Educational Needs that present in school are covered. The process that should be followed with regard to creating a support plan, and the appropriate referral options for professional interventions such as psychology, occupational therapy, and speech and language are outlined. There are also 2 sample letters that the school can write to other professionals requesting assistance.