About Trust Norfolk-SEN
We believe that all children and young people have the right to be healthy, happy and safe; to be loved, valued and respected; and to have high aspirations for their future. From 1st October to 26th November 2018, Trust Norfolk-SEN will be consulting on its future. More information can be found in a letter here and supporting documentation here. We would very much appreciate your feedback. You can also email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
What we stand for
What we do
Who we are
School 2 School Support
School 2 School Support provides hands-on practical advice and support to main stream schools and settings within Norfolk. Support and advice is given by experienced professionals from across the 11 special schools within Norfolk.
We are a traded service and form part of the Inclusion and Additional Needs category of support within Norfolk’s menu of support services.
Our subscription packages run in conjunction with the financial year and can be purchased via the SLA Online website.
Based on feedback from over 900 referrals
Would use the service again
Intervention has positive effect
Value for money
Effective initial meeting
Good response time
Support delivered dealt with the issue of the referral
In 2013 the then government announced that schools would move to assessment without levels. This presented a significant opportunity for Trust Norfolk-SEN to produce a new assessment system that would accurately assess pupils across a large spectrum of attainment and support the integration of National Curriculum 2014.
The Norfolk Assessment Pathway is the result of two years work by staff from all of the Trust Norfolk-SEN schools. The system is built on the foundations of both academic research and the combined experience of the team who created it.
As a group we are proud of this resource and have seen the impact in the classrooms where it has been piloted.
The strength of this assessment resource is in the collaborative model, your experience will help to shape the Norfolk Assessment Pathway and contribute to future developments. The team and I look forward to working with you.
Deputy Head Teacher, Churchill Park School
On behalf of the Norfolk Special School Assessment Group and Norfolk Special School Deputy Head Teachers Association.
Trust Norfolk-SEN is part of the Co-operative movement. As such, the Trust runs a membership scheme for the following groups:
- Community (Individuals)
- Community (Organisations)
It is free of charge to join the Trust – all you need to do is complete the APPLICATION FORM (click here for WORD version and here for PDF version). Your membership card will follow shortly. Or you can complete our online form here Being a member of the Trust will allow you to keep up to date with all developments, attend forum meetings and gain access to member only benefits (which will be detailed in your welcome letter).