Children and Families Act The Children and Families Act and the new SEND Code of Practice came into effect on 1 September 2014. 25 years of age parent practice remaining in education.
SEN Support’ – this is the level of support that the vast majority of dyslexic pupils will receive. Parents should have a real say in decisions that affect their children and know how to challenge decisions they disagree with. Parents should be able to find out what services are available for children with SEND through the Local Authority’s ‘Local Offer’ and the school’s ‘SEN Information Report’. Learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for a child or young person to learn than most children and young people of the same age.
Any support a child gets should meet their needs. SEN Information Report Every school must publish an SEN Information Report on their website, and keep the report up to date. Arrangements for consulting parents and involving them in their child’s education. The Local Offer also needs to include information about specialist services outside the local area that local people are likely to use. This assessment could lead to a child getting an EHC plan. An EHC plan brings a child’s education, health and social care needs into a single, legal document.