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Inclusion - SEND in Suffolk
This page will support you with approaches and strategies to support children who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). 
 
Please be aware parental permission in writing will need to be sought first if an IAA referral is required.
 
Training Information for staff working as a SENCo
For children claiming Early Education Funding
For children claiming Early Education Funding
Aspects of a child's learning and development you are concerned about
Information on referring Early Years Children
Information to help update your Local Offer
IEPs and SEN support plans
Guidance and documents to support and develop positive behaviour
Useful documents for supporting children with medical conditions
Guidance to support transitions between settings and into school
Additional support documents for SEN children
Visual communication support in the setting.
For delivery and monitoring progress for children who need additional support
Support for concerns around a child’s speech and language development.
Support children with social communication and interaction
Information to support this approach