School SEN information reports
All schools must publish a SEN Information Report on their school website. The report should be easy to find, put together in a way that families can understand and reviewed, with families, each year.
The purpose of this document is to allow families to understand the ways in which different schools work so that they are able to make an informed choice about which school their son or daughter should attend.
What a school should include in its SEN Information Report can be found in section 6.79 of the Special educational needs and disabilities code of practice.
How do I find a SEN Information Report?
There are two ways of finding a school's SEN Information Report. One way is to look at a school's website. The SEN Information Report can often be found in the 'About' or 'Information for Parents' sections under 'SEN' or 'SEND'.
SEN Information Reports can also be found by looking at the directory section of the Local Offer.
Post 16 settings
Post 16 settings are required to publish information about how they provide support to students with special educational needs and disabilities.
Other specialist settings should be contacted directly.
Higher Education settings
This page is part of Plymouth's Local Offer.
This page was last updated on 24 June 2019