Send Reforms

    Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.
  • Answer:

    The basic principals of the new SEND legislation which came into force in 2014 are that
    All children have a right to an education that enables them to make progress so that they can:
    • Achieve their best, become confident individuals and live fulfilling lives
    • Make a successful transition into adulthood – whether that’s into further education, training or work.
    When making decisions about SEN or disabilities your local authority must:
    • Have regard to the views, wishes and feelings of children, their parents and young people
    • Make sure that children, their parents and young people participate as fully as possible in decisions that affect them
    • Provide support to children, their parents and young people so that children and young people do exceptionally well educationally and can prepare properly for adulthood.

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