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Busting Common EHCP Myths – Sec Ed

September 24th 2020

This article was posted recently on the SEND National Crisis main page and we thought it would be useful to some.  “Since the introduction of Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs) as part of the wide-ranging SEND reforms of 2015, some questionable practices have risen at local authority level. SENCO…

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BBC 4 You & Yours – Sossen discusses tribunals and postponements

November 7th 2019

SOS! SEN and others talk about tribunals, their delays and the problems this causes for families.  The Ministry of Justice says they are recruiting more judges to deal with the current backlog. However, thinking about it, surely this would not be necessary if the Government and LAs did their jobs…

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SEND National Crisis

September 11th 2019

We are trying to arrange a meeting with the Council, so do let me know if you have any points to raise via our SPACE email address.

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Let the Government know your experience

March 28th 2018

The Government has announced a new review of school exclusions in England. This will look at the rise in the number of children and young people being excluded from school, and the fact that certain groups of children are more likely than others to be excluded. The Government wants to understand…

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NAS: Young People’s Employment Service from NAS

October 27th 2016

The Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Michael Matheson, visited NAS’ Glasgow office to announce new funding for the new Moving Forward service. The service helps autistic young people overcome barriers to employment and increases autism understanding amongst employers. During his visit, Mr Matheson met a group of young people who have been supported…

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