Pupil Welfare and SEN
- Portage

What is the Portage SEND Best Practice Assessment Checklist?
 

The Portage Checklist supports the assessment of pre-school children who have special educational needs and disabilities focusing on their developmental strengths and needs.  Using the Portage Checklist with families enables a better understanding of each child’s learning, celebrating each small success and being able to recognise gaps at a glance.

By breaking learning skills into small achievable steps, practitioners can plan activities that promote each child’s learning. The Portage Checklist incorporates the EYFS statements so enables direct links when transitioning across learning environments.

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What is the Portage Developmental Profile?

The Portage Developmental Profile, when used alongside the Checklist, acknowledges current skills clearly showing a child’s achievements and where progress has been made. It allows the practitioner to map a child's progression in a clear and straightforward way.  

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Why choose the Portage SEND Best Practice Assessment Checklist?
 

  • Kent County Council's Portage team have worked in partnership with the National Portage Association to create a comprehensive checklist, which will make the assessment of SEND children more straightforward and promote the achievable steps to support development and learning.  
     
  • The Portage SEND Best Practice Assessment Checklist links the behaviours to the EYFS elements of the curriculum.
     
  • Alongside the checklist, you will receive a Developmental Profile and a downloable version of the autotext phrases* needed to write up a child's aims. 
     
  • The checklist package can be used by Portage services countrywide, Early Years settings/providers, SEND schools and settings and schools with SEND primary elements.

 

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*Only avaliable for Windows users.