Information, guidance and toolkits to support pupils with special education needs and disabilities to be used in conjunction with resources held on the Local Offer website.
Information on disability and inclusion services across the 0-19 age range, and sometimes to 25 years.
Guidance, policies, procedures, documents and forms to support the education health and care plan processes.
Guidance, documents and forms to support the graduated response for individual pupil initiative.
Guidance, policies, procedures, documents and forms relating to accessing health services and resources, including mental health services and preparing for adulthood.
The Local Offer provides guidance and information about support services for disabled children and young people with SEND
Person Centred planning is a set of approaches designed to assist someone to plan their life and support.
Resource to assist with the assessment and monitoring of children that may have either special education needs or additional needs.
A regular SEND newsletter which will help to share information and good practice.
Information about specialist services such as educational psychology, autism support, early years and special educational needs.
Guidance, training resources and awards relating to children with special education needs (SEN) or additional needs, including guidance on preparing school SEN reports.
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Information about the pre-court team (previously known as Youth Inclusion Support Partnership – YISP).
Education Health and Care (EHC) Plan conversion timetable.
Information about accessing health support services
An introduction to the Local Offer.
For the recording and planning of progress and achievements.
How to complete the child monitoring tool.
Support for children and young people who fall within the autistic spectrum.
Celebrating good special needs and disability practice across the UK.
Deferred Exclusion Transfer (DET) guidance and forms
Due to the changes to the SEN legislation being brought in by the government from 1 September 2014 under the Children and Families Act 2014, there will shortly be a new SEN Code of Practice in force.
Adjustments and provision of equipment for individual children.
The Local Offer and additional responsibilities for schools.
To show a child or young person's preferences and as an information gathering tool from the child or young person's point of view.
Accessing the behaviour support service (BSS) and referring pupils.
SEN information report.
Most children and young people will have their needs met without an education health and care (EHC) plan.
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