"SMART" outcomes are:
An outcome is the benefit or difference that parents and professionals would notice in the child or young person as a result of the support given.
These outcomes should make up the child or young person's SEN Support Plan. Before requesting an assessment, the SEN Support Plan would usually have been in place and been reviewed at least two times. The parents/carers must have been involved in writing and reviewing the plan.
A SEN Support Plan is essential to show the child or young person's barriers to learning. It needs to show how your setting is meeting its responsibilities to address those through the graduated approach.
If you haven't got a SEN Support Plan in place that has been reviewed at least two times, your request may not be able to proceed.
You can choose to continue this checklist anyway.