Information on the responsibilities of early years providers, and identifying and supporting special educational needs in the early years.
Understand approaches to identifying SEN, decisions about SEN support, and funding for SEN at school.
Find information about what the plans are, who they are for, what they consider and include, and how to request one.
Understand how SENDIASS can help you when thing's go wrong, as well as the various avenues for complaint.
Information on children, young people's and parent's right to be involved in decisions made about SEN, and how participation should be ensured.
This section answers questions such as what is personalisation? What is a personal budget? What is a direct payment? Can you get one?
Understand how a child/ young person should be supported in preparing for adult life and making their own decisions. Popular post-school options are explained as well as what happens when moving on to higher education.
A look into who does what in the special educational needs system. This looks into the roles and responsibilities of the professionals you might come into contact with.
Understand the difference between fixed period and permanent exclusion, what happens before, during and after an exclusion as well as the right to appeal.
Information about what schools and colleges do to monitor and review progress and support.
Information about the transition between schools and colleges and secondary school transfer.