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Appeal a Decision to the Tribunal

The Government are extending the powers of the First-tier Tribunal (SEND), sometimes referred to as the ‘SEND Tribunal’, to make non-binding recommendations about the health and social care aspects of Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans as part of a national trial. The trial will…

Experiences of EHCPS: Satisfaction Surveys

An Education, Health and Care Plan sets out the way of working for children and young people with more complex special educational needs and disabilities and where an EHC needs assessment has been agreed by a multi-agency panel. An EHC Plan looks at all the…

Mediation/Dispute Resolution Service Providers

The City of Wolverhampton Council has contracted two independent companies to provide a Mediation/Dispute Resolution Service for parent/carers and young people. Their contact details are: Prime Resolution Marilyn Webster109 Abbey Foregate ShrewsburySY2 6BATele: 07852 548611Email: marilyn@prime-resolution.co.uk  KIDS Craig Edmunson7-9 Elliot's PlaceLondonN1 8HXTele: 0121 362 4567Email: senmediation@kids.org.uk    You can…

Multi-Agency Referral Panel

Representatives that attend the referral panel are professionals from health, education and social care who meet once a month to co-ordinate service delivery to those children referred. This is an open referral panel and all referrals must have parents'/carers' permission.  

Personal Budgets

  What is a Personal Budget? A Personal Budget is made available if a child/young person is assessed as needing additional and individual support from education, health and/or social care. The local authority or health service traditionally uses this money to purchase services on behalf…

SEN Provision Matrix Values 2020-21

To view the matrix values plaese click here

SEN Support and EHCPs - guidance on levels of difficulty and provision

The following provides guidance on the Levels of Difficulty and Provision expected for Settings/Schools/Colleges and Post-16 Providers with reference to the SEND Code of Practice (July 2014) and the School Funding Reform (April 2013). This guidance is under review by the schools forum high needs funding…

Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Complaints: A Guide for Young People in Education

The Department for Education have produced guidance to provide advice for young people aged 16-25 who are unhappy with their special educational needs (SEN) provision or support at school or college and need help and guidance to sort these problems out. Here you will find  When…
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