As we have been covering on the 4D Blog, the upcoming SEND reforms could have an impact on practice in your school. From September 1st, schools will be expected to have clear systems for identification, assessment, monitoring and securing appropriate support for children with special educational needs.
The latest news is that as of yesterday, these reforms have now been approved by the House of Lords. Following this, the House of Commons has today voted to ratify the Committee’s decision. The SEND Code of Practice is therefore now approved by Parliament.
Information to download and understand
With lots to consider, we have compiled some key documents below which you can download. Just follow the relevant links. These resources are hosted elsewhere so if the links have been moved please let us know by sending Pete in our team a quick email.
- The new SEND Code of Practice can be downloaded from the government website here.
- Whilst a school leaders slide pack is available here and contains key information to help headteachers introduce new practices to staff and governors.
- There is also guidance notes which you can download here.
What can 4D creative offer you to support the implementation of this legislation?
Within the 4D team, there are a range of skills and knowledge from across the disability agenda. Our operations manager, Colette Gollcher also works on behalf of the Council for Disabled Children supporting local authorities in their preparation for these reforms. We have a variety of workshops for you to consider:
- A full briefing session to understand the upcoming reforms to enable you to support your children, young people, their families, your staff and governors.
- A workshop explaining how to utilise an immersive space for person centred annual reviews
- A day of live planning for a group of young people and their families who may be starting the journey in education health and case plans
- Learn how to develop immersive content relevant to preparing children and young people for adulthood
- A bespoke workshop designed around your ideas and intended outcomes. Just get in touch to find out more.
If you’d like to find out more about an immersive space being installed at your school contact Louise on
Alternatively, to discuss a workshop on the SEND reforms, please call on 0844 414 2595 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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