Transition is very well planned for all children. We hold a meeting with the secondary schools in the area to discuss individual children and their needs.
There is also a document called the Inclusion Passport that is passed on to the next school. This documents all the interventions that have happened in primary school along with other information such as interests, levels and recent achievements.
Children with SEND will also have extra visits to their new setting in order for them to become familiar with the routines of the day.
Once the secondary school place has been confirmed then a meeting will be set up with parents, the current school SENCO and the SENCO from the secondary school to discuss how the transition for the child will take place to ensure a smooth and relaxed change occurs.