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Conversion of Statements of Special Educational Needs (SEN) to Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans – school leavers (Y11, 12, 13 and 14).

As set out in our Transition Plan, we are prioritising school leavers with Statements of SEN, who are transferring to post-16 education, for conversion to EHC Plans by 31 May 2015.  From 24 November 2014 onwards, we aim to use the planned Annual Review date…

Education, Health and Care (EHC) - Transition Plan

Background By 1 April 2018, Local Authorities (LAs) must have transferred all children and young people with a Special Educational Needs (SEN) statement to the new Education Health and Care (EHC) Plans, following a transfer review.  Young people in further education and training, who currently…

Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans

Statements of Special Educational Need (SEN) have been replaced by Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans. The EHC Plan the same statutory protection, but now cover from birth to age 25 and extends the rights to young people in further education and training, including apprenticeships, who currently…

Education, Health and Care Assessment and Planning Pathway

Request an assessment If you are concerned about your child’s special educational needs, the first thing to do is to talk to the school / early years setting or college your child is attending. In schools the class teacher is responsible for the progress and…

Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC)

Background From 1 September 2014, Statements of Special Educational Need (SEN) will be replaced by Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plans.  The new EHC Plan will give the same statutory protection, but now cover from birth to age 25 and will extend the rights to…

Eligibility Criteria for an EHC Plan

The majority of children and young people with SEND will have their needs met through the Local Offer, Quality First Teaching across all classrooms, the graduated approach to assessment and meeting needs (Assess, Plan Do and Review Cycle) and access to High Needs Banded Funding…

Resources for schools

The Special Provision Capital Sheffield Plan The Special Provision Capital Sheffield Plan March 2018 (attached) describes the strategic intentions for the Council’s use of the special provision capital fund. In March 2017 the Department for Education announced that a special provision fund would be allocated…

Schools

Schools The Local Offer includes details of schools in and around Sheffield that may be able to cater for your child with Special Educational Needs (SEN) or a Disability. The schools listed includes the following types of school in the Sheffield area: Mainstream Schools primary…

Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) – Role, qualifications and training requirements

Introduction Every mainstream school except private and independent schools are expected to have a Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO) in place, although may be known by other titles such as “Inclusion Manager”. When appointing new SENCOS, schools need to consider whether they are qualified teachers and…

Supported Internships and Traineeships

This page provides information around helping young people on supported internships or traineeships and how they can benefit from access to work for the work placement element of their programme. In support of this, you will find the following useful links on the right hand side…
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