Educational Equity Toolkit: SEND

SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities) refers to students who require additional support due to various learning difficulties or disabilities. Learners with SEND may face challenges such as dyslexia, ASC, ADHD, or physical disabilities. Collaboration between educators, parents, and specialised professionals is essential to ensure that learners with SEND receive the right support to reach their full potential and participate fully in the educational experience.

Secondary

The impact of socioeconomic disadvantage on learning is pernicious. Unchecked, we know that this gap widens incrementally from early years throughout a pupil’s educational career. In Surrey, our challenge is often finding ways to support small numbers of target pupils dispersed across the school. Finding ways to ensure educational equity for pupils remains a priority at SAfE.

Other Organisations

Our Secondary Curriculum Forums brings together all Heads of Department, Subject Leaders and Subject Key Stage Leaders to learn, reflect and collaborate through our network. This network will begin with a relevant, topical and important curriculum theme relevant to all subject leaders. Subject-specific, facilitated discussions will follow in break-out rooms in the second half of the session.

Other Organisations

All Phases

The impact of socioeconomic disadvantage on learning is pernicious. Unchecked, we know that this gap widens incrementally from early years throughout a pupil’s educational career. In Surrey, our challenge is often finding ways to support small numbers of target pupils dispersed across the school. Finding ways to ensure educational equity for pupils remains a priority at SAfE.

Other Organisations

Our Secondary Curriculum Forums brings together all Heads of Department, Subject Leaders and Subject Key Stage Leaders to learn, reflect and collaborate through our network. This network will begin with a relevant, topical and important curriculum theme relevant to all subject leaders. Subject-specific, facilitated discussions will follow in break-out rooms in the second half of the session.

Other Organisations