Support in mainstream
Education settings are responsible for meeting the educational needs of the children and young people on their roll, by providing high quality teaching and support and by adapting and differentiating the curriculum to enable the children within their classes to learn. Most of the time this meets children’s needs without there needing to be any special provision in place.
Where a child is identified as needing more support to learn, the setting looks to identify what that child's needs might be, and how they might be able to be met. The process of identifying and then providing for these needs is called “SEN Support”.
You can read more about the sort of things a school/setting can put in place below.