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Equality and Inclusion Resources

Resources for SENCO, AENCO, Inclusion Coordinator and Childminder
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Guidance about Graduated Approach and how to respond when a child’s progress gives cause for concern
Guidance about different services and referral routes
Inclusion Records designed to help SENCOs maintain an overview of needs in setting (also known as SEND Register and AEN Register)
Individual Support Record designed to maintain an overview of support for individual child
The EYFS progress check at age two
Resources to help build a picture of children's needs
Targeted Plans and Personalised Plans
Find out more about funding
Best Practice Guidance for the Early Years - including Audit Tools
My Unique Progress

    There are two free versions available on The Education People website:

  • Colour PDF version - can be printed off and completed by hand
  • Word version - can be downloaded and completed electronically
Medical needs
Parent Easy Read Guides from STLS
Managing SENCO workload

Useful links
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Early Support resources are available from the Council for Disabled Children and are free to download.

The Inclusion Development Programme can help and support Early Years and schools practitioners:

  • IDP Supporting children with speech, language and communication needs - Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Ref: 00215-2008 BKT-EN (2008)
  • IDP Supporting children on the autism spectrum - Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Ref:00040-2009 BKT-EN (2009)
  • IDP Supporting children with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties - Guidance for practitioners in the Early Years Foundation Stage. Ref: 00010-2010 BKT-EN (2010)

Strategies to support children with Social Communication Difficulties (PDF, 99.6 KB)

Other useful pages on Kelsi
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