The role of the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)
It is the responsibility of the Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) at the school or setting to arrange extra support for those who need it. The SENCO will work with teachers and staff to make sure that their setting is accessible for all children and young people. This means so children and young people can go to school and into their classroom.
The SENCO should give you clear information about the extra help your child is getting.
The SENCO must keep a record of the support a child receives and their progress. This will include the Annual Review process. This covers the whole year and arranging the meeting at the end of the year. (The year is from the date of the EHC Plan).
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