Please read the information below before clicking the button to submit your example.
‘School Examples’ refers to those examples of good practice shared by schools, academies and other settings.
Schools can simply share their good practice for SEND so that as many other settings and professionals as possible can benefit from their experience.
Any school or setting can submit an example of good practice; see below to find out how.
Example of Good Practice - Guidance
You can submit an example of your practice in whatever format is easiest for you and potential users. Wherever possible, submit the information using existing formats rather than producing a specific piece of work. However, to ensure that your example is effective and useful to others, consider the following:
- information is concise as well as relevant and helpful
- the context of the example is clear e.g. why the work came about, who was involved, what you were trying to achieve
- evidence of impact should be included e.g. positive changes that have resulted from this work, the difference made for children and young people with SEND, any improvements in attainment and/or progress and so on
- next steps in light of the outcomes of the work carried out
- parent and child/young person’s voice included where possible
- reference to costs (if relevant)
- information about what did/not go well and any advice for others schools and settings
- would you understand the information if you had no prior knowledge of your context?
- do you have links to research which informed the rationale behind this practice?
You may feel that it would be useful to include and upload, along with the main body of information, a short explanatory text.
Please be aware that your submission may be peer-reviewed by other SEND Gateway users. You will be able to respond to any comments if you wish to do so.
nasen does not approve of or endorse any of the examples published.