- SEN Support in mainstream schools fact sheet
This information is about the support that mainstream schools should provide for children with special educational needs (SEN).
- Funding for Special Educational Needs in mainstream schools
This information is about funding for special educational needs (SEN) in mainstream schools. This includes academies and free schools.
- EHC needs assessment for children in early years setting or at school
This information is about Education, Health and Care needs assessment, which is sometimes called statutory assessment. Education Health Care Needs Assessment Easy Read Format
- Education Health Care Plans Fact sheet
This information is about Education, Health and Care plans. It also includes information about Statements of Special Educational Need.
- Personal budgets for SEN
This information is about personal budgets for children and young people with special educational needs. Personal Budgets and Education Health Care Needs Plans Easy Read Format
- What if I do not agree with decisions about SEN provision?
This information is about what you can do if your child has special educational needs (SEN) or a disability and you are unhappy about the help they are getting.
- Choosing a school for a child with special educational needs
Guidance on what to consider when selecting your preferred school for a child with SEN.
- The Local Offer
Every local authority must publish a Local Offer. The Local Offer tells you what support is available for children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) and/or disabilities, and their families. The Local Offer Easy Read Format
- Dyslexia Guide for Parents
A guide for parents/carers who are concerned that their child may be dyslexic.
- Anti Bullying
Every school must have an anti-bullying policy that sets out how it supports incidents of bullying, and this should be made available to parents/carers. If your child is being bullied, or is bullying, you should talk to staff at your child’s school.
- A Guide to Elective Home Education
If you are considering educating your child at home this factsheet may address some questions you have, and help you in making your decision.
Exclusion is when your child is sent home from school for not following the school’s behaviour code. It is the Head Teacher's decision. There are 2 types of exclusions, fixed and permanent.
- Pastoral Support Plans
Pastoral support Plans - a PSP is a detailed plan drawn up and agreed between you, your child and the school to improve your child’s behaviour and to stop your child being excluded
- What do we mean by impartial information, advice and support (IAS)?
This information is about the impartial information, advice and support required by the SEND Code of Practice.
- Education Health Care (EHC) Needs Assessments
An EHC needs assessment is a detailed look at a child’s special educational needs (SEN) and the support he or she may need in order to learn.
- Changes to Special Educational Needs and Disability Support
- SEN Reform Implementation Plan
- SEND Code of Practice January 2015
- Guidance on Making a Formal Complaint
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