Disadvantaged & Vulnerable Learners
We provide specialist support to help improve outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable learners.
We support children and young people with full statements of SEND or EHCPs through to minority groups, disadvantaged learners and those who may need to 'catch up', we support children and young people to overcome barriers to learning and ensure all children are safe, healthy, happy and make progress.
Our bespoke services help schools and settings to identify and address individual pupil’s learning needs effectively and identify priority areas for development.
We provide practical support, training and targeted strategies across all key stages of education.
Download a copy of the Eligibility Criteria for SEN, Disabilities and Inclusion Teamsdownload
Specialist Teacher for SEND Referral Form
Use this form if you feel a child/young person has additional needs which their current level of provision is not addressingdownload
Information, resources and links to specialist support available to help reduce barriers to learning, improve outcomes and ensure all pupils achieve their personal best.
SEND Audit Tool
A useful tool for schools to reflect on the nature and quality of their current provision, strategic decision making and the impact that this has on outcomes for children and young people
Ofsted notification - Statement of Action
Letter to advise the Statement of Action is 'fit for purpose'
Worcestershire Local Area Send Action Plan
Action PLan in response to Ofsted/CQC letter
Graduated Response Guidance
Worcestershire County Council Graduated Response guidance for professionals
DfE animation about local IASS
An animation to help children and young people with SEND and their parents learn about the service and support on offer from their local IASS