Schools have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to their rules and regime in order to accommodate SEND children.Read More
The Upper Tribunal provides guidance on naming multiple schools in an EHCP section I.
We will be speaking at an event hosted by SNAP in January 2022 about SEN, EHCPs and securing your rights.
Schools have a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to their rules and regime in order to accommodate SEND children.
An EHC Needs assessment is the first formal stage in obtaining an EHCP. It formally identifies the child's SEN Needs.
Section F of an EHCP contains the vital SEN provision. If it's not in Section F you cannot enforce it.
We are proud to present an exclusive preview of the contents, introduction and first three chapters of SEN & ECHP: Know the Law. Use the Law.
EHCPs must contain certain distinct sections. Not all sections are legally enforceable. If it is not in section B, F or I it is meaningless.