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Answer: For most children, their mainstream setting will be able to meet all of their special educational needs. That is why it is important for the parents to meet the SENCO to discuss their child’s SEN before requesting a statutory assessment. It may be helpful to involve other professionals at that meeting if they have already been providing support to the child. From September 2014, information about provision available for children and young people with SEND will be published in Sutton’s Local Offer. Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Panel Terms of Reference 2016 can be found here.
What happens if parents of children who are not deemed to be a high priority insist on being prioritised to conversion from statements over and above priorities we have identified in the transitional order
What is the position on the transfer from SEN Statements to EHC Plans for those with support needs under £6k