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Preparing to start reception class at primary school - children with SEND

Transition – help with getting children with SEND ready for school Starting primary school can be one of the biggest transitions in a child’s life.  As a parent you will want to support your child in any way you can.  Most parents worry about how…

Hackney's SEND Provision Capital Grant – Plan of Intent published...

In March 2017 government committed £215 million nationally, capital funding (special provision fund) to support local authorities to make capital investments in provision for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)... Find out more about the consultation process: Consultations and engagement opportunities... Find out…

Independent and Non-maintained Special Schools

Independent schools are usually privately run for profit. Non-maintained schools are usually managed by charitable organisations and are not profit-making. Neither are maintained/overseen by local authorities. Most children with an education health and care plan or a statement of special educational needs will be able…

Preparing for Adulthood - Health and Wellbeing

Planning for good health:  • Person-centred transition planning should enable young people to have a strong voice and focus on their hopes, aspirations and goals. • Young people with disabilities and complex health needs should have a health plan as part of their transition plan;…

What does the local authority / Hackney Learning Trust expect schools and other education settings to do?

Offer a warm welcome.. We want to encourage parents/carers of children and young people with SEND to visit schools, and for schools to be aware of and plan for needs, rather than this be a surprise when the child is allocated directly through the general…

What is a school SEN information report?

Schools and SEN information: Under the special educational needs and disability (SEND) reforms each schools is required to provide information for parents on how they support children and young people with SEND. There are two main sources of SEND information that parents can access from…

How does Hackney assist pupils with SEND to access schools and the National Curriculum?

Hackney, like all other Local Authorities in the UK, has a legal requirement to ensure that all children and young people with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND) have access to the National Curriculum through differentiation / their work being broken down helpfully.…

Hackney Primary Schools SEN information

SEN information reports are intended to tell you: How the school's SEN policy is used. How help and support for pupils with SEND works in that setting. What happens regarding additional support. How and who will support children who need it. The SEN information report…

Hackney Secondary Schools SEN information

Hackney Secondary Schools Hackney Learning Trust have more information on admissions on their website. Please see here: Hackney Learning Trust - Admissions and Transfers For SEND admissions please contact the.. Special Educational Needs Administration Team SEN Information Reports: SEN information reports are intended to tell…

Documents Library

Feedback on a trial of sharing relevant documents on a single page/a documents library has been positive so we will continue to add relevant documents in this way.  Our aim in doing this is to make it easier for parents/carers, SENCos, professionals and others working…
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