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Snapshots for SEND: Statements screen


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This tutorial will take you through how to access the SEND statements screen to see which statements have been selected from the SEND framework for individual children and groups. 

You can access this screen from the browser version of Tapestry by clicking on the 'Tracking' tab at the top of the screen (1). Then make sure you are on the 'SEND' section (2) and click on either the 'Individual View' or 'Group View' buttons in the 'SEND Statements' box (3). 

 

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Individual View

Let's start by looking at the individual view. To skip to the section on the group view, click here

Firstly you need to choose a period to view, you can see either a full history or just from a specific period (1). You can then select the child you wish to access the assessments for (2). Only children who have been selected for SEND assessments on Tapestry will appear in this list. This can be done via the control panel on Tapestry by editing the child's profile. After selecting a child you can then filter the results further according to area of learning and/or stage (3). You will have the option to include/not include all unapproved observations as-well (4).

 

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After selecting your options as described above, the area/s of learning, aspect/s, stage/s and statements will appear in a list (1). The italicised statements represent SEND statements and non-italicised statements are from the old EYFS development matters.

You can see how many times a statement has been assessed with each refinement from the middle column (2). If an observation has been linked to a particular statement, the row will appear green. If no observations have been added, the row will appear red

The last column will tell you when this statement was last observed (3). 

If you click into a row including a statement, you will be able to see which exact observation included the statement (see Observation Image below) (4). 

 

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Observation Image 

 

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Group View

Now let's have a look at the group view! You can access this screen by clicking the group tab or select 'group' from the main tracking menu for SEND (1). Here you can also choose the period as either 'Full History' (which provides you with assessment data added at any point) or you can filter the results by year/period (2). After selecting this, you can then filter the results further according to area of learning and/or stage (3). You will have the option to include/not include all unapproved observations as-well (4).

You can use the filters (5) if you want to narrow down which group of children you view this for. 

Only children who have been selected for SEND assessments on Tapestry will appear in these filters. This can be done via the control panel on Tapestry by editing the child's profile.

Finally, at the top you can then choose which order you would like the results to appear in. 

 

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After selecting your options as described above, the area/s of learning, aspect/s, stage/s and statements will appear in a list. The italicised statements represent SEND statements and non-italicised statements are from the old EYFS development matters.

Along the top of this chart you can see the names of the children you have selected according to your group filter/s. 

As with the individual view screen, you can see which refinements have been selected per statement, per childE = Emerging D = Developing S = Secure (3). If an observation has been linked to a particular statement, the row will appear green. If no observations have been added, the row will appear red

If you click into a row including a statement, you will be able to see which exact observation included the statement (4) see Observation Image above. 

You can export the results as a CSV or PDF file (5). 

 

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More information about using the SEND framework can be found at this tutorial and information about the SEND Summative Assessment screen can be found in this tutorial

 

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