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  1. Rosie's Story - Case Study

    Rosie’s Story Rosie has Cerebral Palsy and initially attended Lancastrian, she then moved onto a main stream school. Using a small direct payment Rosie was able to access horse riding and sport activities which she really enjoys. The activities have had a range of beneficial…
  2. SEN Support in Mainstream Schools

    What is SEN support?Every child with Special Educational Needs (SEN) should have SEN support. This means help that is additional to or different from the support generally given to other children of the same age. The purpose of SEN support is to help children achieve the…
  3. SEND Inclusion Funding and DAF Funding

    Most children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) will have their needs met through universal provision or through services available through the Manchester Early Years Pathway for children aged 0-5 with a special educational need or disability A small number of children will have…
  4. SEND Review - Have Your Say

    The government has published an important green paper on the future of the special educational needs and disabilities and alternative provision system. Better support is needed to ensure every child and young person with SEND can thrive and be well prepared for adult life. Parents, carers…
  5. SEND Strategic Review- June 2018

    Children and Young People Scrutiny Committee Report – June 2018 We’d like to share a report from the recent Children and Young People Scrutiny Committee meeting on the strategic review of SEND provision. The report is a summary of all the information gathered during the…
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