SEND - graduated approach framework

Bromley has a graduated approach to assessment and provision for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The core purpose is to prevent possible barriers to learning, enabling all children and young people (C/YP) to access an excellent education in Bromley and to fulfil their potential. 

Alongside Bromley’s ordinarily available SEND provision in mainstream schools and settings, the SEND graduated approach framework provides clear guidance to professionals about how the graduated approach can be implemented, in each individual area of SEND. 

Chapters for each individual area

These documents are in PDF format and may not accessible to all users.

Introduction to the SEND graduated approach framework 

Chapter 1 SEND graduated approach framework - speech language and communication needs 

Chapter 2 SEND graduated approach framework - autism spectrum disorder

Chapter 3 SEND graduated approach framework - specific learning difficulties 

Chapter 4 SEND graduated approach framework - moderate learning difficulties 

Chapter 5 SEND graduated approach framework - severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties 

Chapter 6 SEND graduated approach framework - hearing impairment 

Chapter 7 SEND graduated approach framework - vision impairment 

Chapter 8 SEND graduated approach framework - physical disability

Chapter 9 SEND graduated approach framework - social emotional and mental health