The Local Authority and schools in Nottingham City have worked together to develop Nottingham City Schools Provision Maps.
Representatives from Health, Social Care, voluntary organisations and parents have also contributed to the maps.
The provision maps list the different ways that mainstream schools may support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. This includes provision that will be available to all pupils (universal provision) and provision (additional interventions) that is available to pupils who have been identified as requiring SEN Support.
Schools are not expected to provide all the interventions included on the maps. Each year schools will look at the needs of their pupils and select the interventions that are required. This means that provision in the school may vary year on year to reflect the changing needs of the pupils over time.
For further information about the provision maps please talk to the Senco in your child’s school.