NDC: Education Support
What help is available in schools?
There is a great deal of help that can be put in place for children in every school.
Every school expects to have a number of children with autism, as well as with communication and interaction needs.
Using the SEN support guidance and code of practice, schools have a information about how they can adapt the curriculum, how to assess and understand the individual needs of children, and the sort of strategies they can put in place.
Oxfordshire has its own very structured SEN support guidance, which covers all the different types of special educational need. For children with communication and interaction needs, it has a very good checklist of different strategies that can be tried.
Every school has access to this guidance.
- Guidance and procedures to support providers
- Communication and interaction support
- SEND: The local offer
- Autism Education Trust
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Page last reviewed: 7 September, 2021