SEND Resolution is a reflective and evaluative service that assesses, scrutinises, collates and creates data by working with families, schools and services across the country in order to ensure the best possible provision and support for children and young people with SEND & SEMH needs. Once we have the information we need to assess, we will work closely with the school and services to embed a proven creative model that works under current systems, and that is bespoke to each locality. SEND Resolution rate the school and/or local authority with either, Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum and this will then be publicised on a mapping system. We then link areas with Platinum rated localities to encourage consistent sharing of good practice.
OFSTED, The CQC, The Department for Education, schools, local authorities and families can request our support for a setting or locality.
SEND Resolution adopts a true multiagency agency approach in order to ensure the best possible support for families and consistency across schools and services is in place. We are working with a large number of parent-led groups, legal advisors that specialise in the Equality Act 2010, senior leadership teams across mainstream, specialist schools and alternative provision, universities, charitable and community groups across the country to ensure all professionals involved are fully supported and informed on how to ensure the best provision, adjustment and provide the best level of education possible to a young person with SEND and/or SEMH needs.
SEND Resolution will be funded largely by grant funding, charitable donations from businesses with a particular interest in social change and making a difference for the young people in our country and we hope to secure funding directly from the Department for Education to support our mission. SEND Resolution is not funded or commissioned by local authorities.