A major change from the SEND Code of Practice 2014 is that School Action and School Action Plus were replaced with a single category - SEN Support, and that Statements were replaced by Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP).
Once a pupil has been identified as SEN Support and their specific learning difficulty identified they will be included in the class provision map. These maps include may include all pupils in the class as they identify not just pupils with SEND but also other vulnerable groups, including Gifted, Talented and Able (GTA), English as an Additional Language (EAL), Pupil Premium as well as the class teacher's focus groups for the term.
Provision maps are reviewed mid-way through the seasonal term to ensure that the identified interventions are being effective and also at the end of the seasonal term to obtain exit levels and progress towards the given targets. Parents receive an anonymised copy of the provision map at the start and end of the term with their child's targets, levels and outcomes highlighted.