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How we support children in their transition into our school and when they leave us 


Nursery aged children entering the Foundation Stage Unit will have a home/setting visit in the summer term prior to starting in the September. Information will be gathered regarding any SEND and any necessary support put in place on their entry into school. Additional visits to school and meetings with staff are encouraged for those children who may find the transition difficult between home and school. 


Meetings will be arranged for those children who are already known to Early Years SEND Services to make school aware of their needs to ensure the correct support is in place.


When children leave Glusburn to go to secondary school, transition meetings are arranged between schools that include both staff and children. SENCos’ from each school will discuss those children with SEND and records are shared. Additional visits to secondary school are arranged for vulnerable children supported by Glusburn staff. Parents can be invited to be part of this process.


Transition between year groups in school is supported with extra visits to the new class. For children with SEND, booklets are made with pictures of new staff and the classroom in order to prepare the child for the new academic year and the changes they will face. Staff meet to discuss individual needs and strategies for SEND children and records are shared including the Child’s support plan or EHCP. Parents can be invited to be part of this process.

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