Schools must publish a SEN information report about their provision and support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND).
The information to be included in the SEN information report is set out in the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 Schedule 1.
The SEN information report should be updated annually with any changes occurring during the year updated as soon as possible.
Schools should publish this information on their school website so that young people, parents and other professionals can find it easily.
Find a school's SEN information report
- Go to Schoolfinder website and search for a school.
- Click on the school name to find basic information about the school.
- Under Links, click on the hyperlink to schools SEN report.
- You should now be in the area of the school’s website where they publish their SEN information report.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if the link is not working.
Schools must publish detailed information about their provision which will form part of the Norfolk SEND Local Offer.
SEN information report - best practice guide
Go to the SEN information report audit tool (web form)
What about early years education providers and further education colleges?
Early years education providers and further education colleges are also expected to publish how they support children and young people with SEN.
However. they do not have to follow the regulations that are published for schools.