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'Ofsted - What have we learnt so far?' 


'Self-evaluation - Early Findings' 


'Quality Assurance Protocol' 


SENCO Network Meetings

SAfE has been commissioned by the Local Authority to run School-Age SENCO networks (not to be confused with the Early Years SENCO networks). The network meetings will provide an opportunity for SENCOs to be informed about local and national developments, build better communications between schools and other partners and to share good practice and solutions to common challenges.

Four network meetings are running across the county: all Surrey schools are invited to participate.

Places are free of charge with one place offered at one of the sessions per school. There are 40 places at each session.


Slide Download for
11th October conference

SAfE Launches Programme For Disadvantaged Pupils

SAfE has launched a new learning programme to support Disadvantaged Pupils in Surrey


OFSTED Framework
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Nominate young people and professionals for the Surrey 

YES! Awards 2020

Celebrating young people with SEND and the professionals that support them. 

SCC's SYAS (SEND Youth Advisors Surrey) facilitate the annual YES! Awards. The YES! Awards celebrate the achievements of young people with SEND, as well as giving young people the opportunity to nominate the professionals that have gone above and beyond to support them.

SCC is pleased to announce that the YES! Awards will be held on the 28th February 2020.


For Headteachers or senior leaders

SAfE HT Recruitment Guidance 

Recruiting a new Headteacher? If you are a Surrey Maintained school, do you know what to do, who to contact and who needs to be involved?


Framework briefing notes available

Secondary Heads’ Phase Council:
Supporting our Headteachers

SCC Local Learning Fund

The Local Learning Fund (launched in September 2019) is a fund by which schools can access resources, training, and enhance existing specialist support for children with SEN Support needs.



Ofsted will be holding one primary and one secondary EIF roadshow in each region across the country.

Aimed at curriculum leaders and headteachers.These one-day events will offer the opportunity to learn about deep dives and early emerging findings from the EIF. Three representatives from your school are welcome to attend. Each will need to register separately. If you are interested in attending this event, please register for your place directly with Ofsted


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