Presentation on theme: "The new SEND Code of Practice 0-25 Years"— Presentation transcript:
1 The new SEND Code of Practice 0-25 Years What does this mean?
2 New areas of need Social, Emotional and Mental Sensory/Physical CommunicationCognitive
3 Statements All to be replaced by an EHC Plan S becomes an E on INTEGRIS coding3 years to change over existing Statements (Conversions)Transition years are a priority
4 M/SA/SA+ Register to be scrutinised M/SA/SA+ To be amalgamated and replaced with “SEN support” or “K” on INTEGRISWe still need to differentiate as a school!
5 MEPSMEP requirement replaced with Assess/Plan/Do/Review – see examplesStill needs to be reviewed termlyMore emphasis on teacher to carry out cycleSMART and relevant targets
6 Implications for schools Must meet their Equality Act duty for pupils with disabilitiesMust use their best endeavour to meet pupil’s SEN (Stage on register)Must keep parents informed when SEN support is given and involve them in reviews of progressMust admit a pupil when the school is named in a EHC PlanMust co-operate with the LA in developing a local offerMust produce and publish online a School SEN information reportMust have regard to the new 0-25 SEND Code of Practice
8 What is the Local Offer?Social, educational, health and social care provision for young people with SENDDetails of how parents/young people can request an EHC Plan assessmentArrangements for identifying and assessing SENChildcare and leisure activitiesOther educational provision for Post 16 e.g. apprenticeshipsTransition support between phasesSources of information, advice and supportInformation about the First-Tier tribunal (SEN and disability)Independent schools and specialist colleges