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Compare SEND (Special educational needs and disabilities) Assessment Tools

This page details assessment packages and tools for SEND assessment across subjects. Please check each listing to see which area the tool assesses.

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SEND Assessment


Years 1 - 6

One-off Purchase

Part of The Essential SENCO Toolkit series, this invaluable resource offers practical ideas and materials to allow SENCOs and SEN practitioners to capture learning, demonstrate the impact of SEN support, and analyse whether provision is effectively tackling barriers to learning [read more].

Reading Screen

OxEd & Assessment

Years 1 - 2


Direct your reading support to the children who most need it.  ReadingScreen is the fastest and most accurate way to identify children who would benefit from reading interventions or additional support. Based on extensive University of Oxford research into reading development.

SEN Assessment Pack


Years 1 - 2

Annual/Monthy Subscription

This assessment pack provides resources to support with assessing students with special educational needs using the P-Scales and Pre-key stage standards. The pack includes generic guidance on the changes, overviews for the pre-key stage standards and assessment trackers.

SEN Assessment Toolkit

GL Assessment

Years 1 - 6

One-off Purchase

The award-winning Special Educational Needs Assessment Toolkit (SENAT) provides schools with the basic tools to identify the difficulty, suggest appropriate interventions and measure the outcome.


Rising Stars

Years 1 - 6 +

One-off Purchase

SNAP-SpLD is an online diagnostic assessment to identify likely special educational needs (SENs) or specific learning needs (SpLDs) in pupils aged 4-16.

The Boxall Profile®


Years EYFS - 6 +


This unique online tool assesses the social, emotional and mental development of pupils aged 4-18. It provides you with a precise picture of a pupil’s strengths, as well as any difficulties which could affect their learning.

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