So do people list students with concerns they have shared with parents on their register ‘for information only’? with no intervention beyond quality first teaching?
Do colleagues also place students with diagnosis but no additional support other than quality first teaching on their register?
I think it is important to let staff know about concerns so they can plan for learning.
I would love to offer more intervention but more often it is for staff to plan / assess / do / review before a picture emerges.
Next steps would be a referral to an Ed Pysch whose advice is not a diagnosis but is useful in terms of highlighting need – do colleagues use this information to inform on a register?