Create SEN events and record outcomes on the student profile

The Educational Needs section of the Student Profile collates all of your students' interventions, needs, gifts and talents, education plans, funding, notes, and events in one useful place. Here we are going to look at adding an SEN event and recording the outcomes.


To add a new SEN Event, you'll need the Student: Special Education Needs: Administer My Students or Student: Special Education Needs: Administer All Students permission. If you don't have this permission, ask your admin team to assign it to you.


Add an event

First head to the student profile and click on Educational Needs in the left-hand menu.



From the dropdown list, choose SEN Events.



Click on the green +Add button and fill in the details on the slide over. 

You can choose from many different types of events including medical events, sessions with outside agencies, incidents, telephone calls and assessments.

You are not limited to recording meetings so can use this area to record day to day events of your students with SEN such as care, calls to agencies or ad hoc pastoral support.

From here you can invite any staff, students or guardians.  Once you are happy with the information you have entered, click on the green Create SEN event button.



Get to the event page and add outcomes

Click into the event that you want to add your outcomes for and then click on Go to event page on the slide over.



On the Event Page, you can add or change any participants, amend the event details, time and location.  To add outcomes, click on the green +Add button.



On the slide over, you can record your outcome and add any notes.  Finally, click on the green Record Outcome button.


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