SNAP-SpLD is an online diagnostic assessment to identify likely special educational needs (SENs) or specific learning needs (SpLDs) in pupils aged 4-16.
• Three online questionnaires help to identify strengths and weaknesses
• Eight diagnostic probes provide additional quantitative evidence about the pupil and his/her abilities
• Generate reports and suggested strategies involving both home and school
• Reassess pupils and track pupil progress in one report to monitor the impact of interventions
Auditory working memory
Visual working memory
Expressive and receptive
Gross motor coordination skills
Dysgraphic and hand-eye
Visual comfort and control
Maths and number
Your local Assessment Consultant will be happy to show you how it works and answer any questions you have.
I would recommend SNAP-SpLD to other schools due to the simple, effective way of identifying the children’s strengths and weaknesses and the numerous, varied interventions it supplies. The quantity and quality of the data provided gives teachers a quick, efficient tool to help close the gap with underachieving learners.
SNAP-SpLD is clear and concise and the outcomes help inform the update of one-page profiles and how the child learns best. Importantly, the outcomes from SNAP-SpLD help us to make further referrals for diagnosis.
SNAP is simple, accessible for anyone to use, gives SMART targets to move towards and is helpful for putting evidence together for my support plans and EHCP referrals - I have recommended it to other schools in my cluster.