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Section 41: Secretary of State Approved List

The Section 41 Secretary of State approved list includes all the independent special schools and special post-16 institutions that the Secretary of State for Education has approved under section 41 of the Children and Families Act 2014. The list can be referred to by a…

Self-Employment

1. Careers and Employment 2. Self-Employment 2. Self-Employment   Self-employment is all about working for yourself. Starting a business can mean earning money and building skills in a way that fits around your needs and lifestyle. Many people with learning disabilities have started a business…

SEN Support for Early Years Providers

Working in partnership with Early Years and Childcare Support, the Early Years Locality Teams offer inclusion support for local Early Years providers (i.e. pre-schools, playgroups, day nurseries, registered childminder daycare and Local Authority Nursery Schools) to promote and support the early identification of children aged…

SEN Support Guidance

1. How schools and other Educational settings support children with SEND 2.  SEN Support Guidance 2. SEN Support Guidance Document This document is a guide to what education providers should be able to offer to learners from birth to 25 years, who have identified special…

SENCO Cluster Groups

Each local authority mainstream school and all mainstream academies and free schools have to ensure that there is a qualified teacher designated as their SENCO (Special Educational Needs Coordinator). SENCO Cluster Groups are organised across the county as a way of providing professional support and…

SENco Graduated Approach briefings

This academic year we will be focusing on removing barriers to learning and implementing effective special educational provision through embedding a robust graduated approach across educational settings. 

SEND Pathfinder Information

Newly published SEND information packs, click on each to download from the SEND pathfinder website: Local Offer Engagement and Participation of children, young people and parent carers Personal Budget Joint Commissioning Preparing for Adulthood

SEND: Guide for Health Professionals

Guidance for health professionals on the support system for children and young people with special educational needs and disability (SEND). The guide is for: clinical commissioning groups health professionals local authorities It explains the duties and responsibilities of health professionals who deal with children and…

SENDIASS – Special Educational Needs and Disability Information Advice and Support Service (LIAISE)

1. What is SEND? 2. Identifying and Assessing SEND 3. How schools and other Educational settings support children with SEND 4. EHC Needs Assessment 5. SENDIASS -  Information and Advice Service (LIAISE) 6. The Graduated Approach Liaise is a free, confidential and impartial Special Educational…

Services and Support for Early Years

1. Early Years and Starting Primary School 2. Identifying and Assessing Children's needs in Early Years 3. Services and Support 4. Preparing for Primary School 5. Childcare Providers 3. Services and Support for Early Years and their Families Once your child has been assessed and…
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