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SNAP-SpLD (Specific Learning Difficulties) and SNAP-B (Behaviour) are online diagnostic assessments designed to pinpoint specific learning and behavioural difficulties which without diagnosis, may limit a child’s potential to learn. They also offer targeted interventions involving both home and school, offering an entirely rounded approach to fully support the specific needs of every child.
SNAP follows the Assess - Plan - Do - Review model set out in the SEND Code of Practice (2015).
SNAP-SpLD is suitable for ages 4 to 16 SNAP-B is suitable for ages 5 to 16
SNAP-SpLD (Specific Learning Difficulties) identifies and provides interventions for 20 learning difficulties - more than any other single SEN tool. The three online questionnaires identify strengths and weaknesses and generate interventions based on the child's individual needs. There are 86 interventions to choose from for ages 4 to 6 and 134 interventions for ages 7 to 16.
Auditory working memory
Visual working memory
Expressive and receptive language
Gross motor coordination skills
Dysgraphic and hand-eye coordination skills
Visual comfort and control
Maths and number
Self-monitoring and planning
SNAP-B (Behaviour) identifies and provides interventions for 17 social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. The three online questionnaires identify strengths and weaknesses and generate interventions based on the child's individual needs. There are 78 interventions to choose from.
Relationship with self
Relationship with self
Relationships with other children
Attention-seeking from peers
Being hurtful towards peers
Relationships with other children at home
Relationships with adults
Attention-seeking from adults
Defiance towards adults
Over-dependence on adults
Being hurtful towards adults
Relationships with adults at home
Helpful guidance on administering the questionnaires is included in the User Handbooks which are sold separately.
Get in touch with your friendly local assessment consultant who would be more than happy to provide an online demo and discuss your school's individual needs.
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The SNAP resources provide essential documentary evidence and offer a valuable contribution to identifying needs and safeguarding too. It focuses us on the impact of the support we provide to pupils, rather than how pupils access support according to the category they fit into.
I would recommend SNAP to other schools due to the simple, effective way of identifying the children’s strengths and weaknesses and the numerous, varied interventions it supplies. Because of the quantity and quality of the data SNAP-SpLD provides, it gives teachers a quick, efficient tool to help close the gap with underachieving learners.