Planning Provision with Purpose
Author 1: Judith Carter
SEND Intervention clarifies and explores the key distinctions between quality first teaching adjustments, resources/support and interventions. It allows practitioners to develop their practice effectively and strategically to capture the true impact of SEND provision, by shifting the focus from the ‘who and when’ to the ‘what and why’. It supports SENDCOs to plan provision with a purpose.
- An introduction to the 4 Functions of Learning Support, providing a measurable language of learning support to help practitioners to organise and deploy teaching assistants as part of their SEND provision
- An intervention index to enable individual or MAT-based SENCOs to capture their own evidence base regarding the purpose and impact of interventions
- Intervention action cards and targeted outcomes for all 49 themes within the 7 Cs Learning Portfolio
- A photocopiable and downloadable programme of materials that can be used by readers to gain a better understanding of interventions.
SEND Intervention will promote confidence and clarity regarding the rationale for SEND provision. This essential resource provides a practical toolkit to support both new and experienced SENCOs and SEN practitioners.