Provision mapping takes into account the full scope of provision, including high quality, whole class teaching, guided and group work and individual interventions in order to identify and overcome potential barriers to learning and meet the needs of all pupils within and beyond the school setting.

The resources available on this page bring together some of the key learning points and effective practices from schools on how they have used provision mapping to identify and overcome potential barriers to learning, and meet the needs of all pupils within and beyond the school setting.

For reference, the provision mapping review diagram highlights six key areas which pose questions designed to support school leaders' thinking about whole school improvement and to help them make informed choices to maximise the impact of pupil support at their schools. Some of the questions on the diagram have numbers next to them which refer to specific examples of effective provision mapping in schools. To view these examples, please refer to the corresponding example number in the Examples of effective provision mapping document, which is also available to download from this page.