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SEND in the Early Help Process

A child my be identified as having additional needs when they are very young.  It may be clearly evident what the child's primary need is.  However, for the majority of children identified early, it takes time for this to be recognised through ongoing observation and…

SEND in the Early Years

SEND support is embedded within the Early Help process.  The Early  Help Assessment form will be essential for: SENCOs following the Graduated Response outlined in the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Code of Practice. Recording evidence of high quality teaching and SEN support in schools…

SEND Specialist Support - Useful Documents

   Title    Date    Size    Autism Spectrum Conditions in the Early Years Foundation Stage       12/07/2016       7789k       Claiming Disability Living Allowance for Children    12/07/2016     699k    Disabled Children and the Equality Act 2010    12/07/2016   …

SEND Specialist Teaching Service

<< Go Back A range of specialist support and provision services such as educational psychologists and specialist teachers work in partnership with schools and other settings to promote inclusion, achievement and to secure better outcomes for children and young people with SEND across Cumbria. If your family…

SEND Support

Any support your child gets from their school or other setting should meet their needs. If your child has SEN, they will be able to access help – called SEN support – from their early years settings, such as nurseries or childminders, schools and further…

SEND Support and the Graduated Approach

Where a child or young person is identified as having SEN, educational providers should take action to remove those barriers to learning and put effective special educational provision in place.  This SEN support should take the form of the assess-plan-do-review cycle through which earlier decisions…

Single Route of Redress - SEND tribunal extended powers

<< Go Back The Government has extended the powers of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) tribunal to make non-binding recommendations about the health and social care aspects of education, health and care (EHC) plans. Previously, you have only been able to appeal the…
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