What is SEND policy?
School send policy pack to help schools to meet quality standards for children with VI.
Do you have a concise set of policies in place to support your day to day running of your service?
Use this set of policies to design a set bespoke to your needs. Reflect the day to day running of your Service for Vision Impairment.
This policy pack will create an ideal starting point for send policy in schools.
- Referral Policy
- Assessment and monitoring of vision policy
- Support Provision Policy – Mainstream/MLD Schools
- Access to curriculum information policy
- Independent access skills policy and Individual access programme
- Early Years Policy
- Primary/Secondary Special School Policy
- Access Arrangements Policy (internal and external)
- Mobility policy and mobility programme
- Low Vision Aid Policy
- Work Experience Policy
- Transition Policy
- Measuring and monitoring pupil progress policy
Why use the Policies Pack?
Firstly, you can adapt the policies to reflect the way you deliver send policy in schools. As a result, children and young people with VI gain access they need. Access to specialist resources / equipment that promote their independence in learning and living.
Secondly, these sample policies kick start the writing process. Saving time because it is easier to start with a frame than a blank page. You can add your own logo and details to customise the look to suit your organisation.
Importantly, you can guide your service staff to understand their role and responsibilities. Be clear about the boundaries of the services available. Moreover, ensuring you provide consistent services in line with local authority requirements.
Because you can reflect young people’s voices in local authority, you can model good working practice. Promote the work of the Service. Be specific to meeting the needs of children with vision impairment. For instance, distribute the pack to schools. Therefore helping to support their understanding of the send policy in schools.
Send policy in schools, what else can you do?
See the government guidance “SEND: guide for schools and alternative provision settings“