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Help to cope with change

Understanding needs in good time

All educational settings must follow the Equality Act 2010. This means they must make 'reasonable adjustments' for disabled people so they are not disadvantaged in comparison with people who do not have a disability.

Needs should be anticipated, and reasonable adjustments put in place in advance.

People from the current and new place of learning should work together to plan for a positive and successful transition for all children and young people.

Supporting Transitions and Inclusion Record (STAIR) helps children have a smooth transition from their early years setting to their new place of learning. The STAIR helps the key person to choose the most useful information to share.

We recommend all places of learning use the Common Transfer Form (opens new window) so that there is a consistent transfer of pupil information.

Eastern Opportunity Areas has published good practice and information from the Norwich Opportunity Area project on their website (opens new window).

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