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SENCO Network

The Peterborough SENCO Network is a network of the Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENCOs) across the Peterborough area. The network exists to:

  • enable SENCOs and colleagues to support each other;
  • build better communication between early years settings, schools, colleges, the local authority and other professional services;
  • share good practice and solutions to common challenges.

The SENCO network is led by a steering group with representatives from across the range of education settings in the Peterborough area, the Local Authority, and Family Voice Peterborough.

Resources from the SENCO network meetings can be found on this page.

Stay in touch with the SENCO Network

If you are a SENCO or headteacher/lead practitioner for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, please share your contact details with the SEN and Inclusion Services on this form.

Useful resources from SENCOs

The list below highlights some resources shared by Peterborough SENCOs. All resources are blank or use fictional information. These resources are shared as examples or starting points. For more information about these resources please contact jessica.conway@peterborough.gov.uk

You can also download these documents in microsoft word by clicking on the link in the Useful documents section on this web page

Big strides targets - example

Pupil passport - example

One page pupil profile

Provision record

Pupil profile - blank

SEN pupil profile and targets - blank

SEN pupil profile example 1

SEN pupil profile example 2

SEN pupil profile - tips

SENCO Network event: 28 June 2018 resources

You can find links to the resources from this event below.

Outcomes writing workshop

This workshop was provided by the Psychology service workshop.

Early Support and Early Help

Single Route of Redress

Request for Involvement

An update on the request for involvement process that will be implemented from September 2018

  • Presentation outlining the process of requesting involvement from the Specialist Teaching Services, Portage and or the Autism/ADHD Advisory Teaching Services

Changes to transition reviews of EHC Plans

The Statutory Assessment and Monitoring Service (SAMS) will be changing their way of working for the annual review of children and young people who will soon be moving up to a different school. 

Download a copy of the document they shared at the event here

Peterborough SENCO Network Event 14 March 2018

Documents from the meeting on 14 March 2018 can be found on this page:

SENCO Network presentation 14 March 2018

Nenegate Presentation

Kooth presentation

Peterborough SENCO Network Event 14 November 2017

Documents from the meeting on 14 November 2017 can be found on this page:

Network Event presentation

Peterborough SENCO Network Event 29 June 2017

Peterborough SENCO Network Event 1 December 2016

The following documents from this meeting can be found on this page:

Family Voice Peterborough presentation

Peterborough SEN Update

Educational Psychology Service Presentation

Statutory Assessment and Monitoring Service presentation

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