Marguerite Haye joined us as a columnist toward the end of 2015. Her role has since expanded and she is one of our volunteer core team members as Associate Editor, running the EHCP Transfer Clinic, administering Ask IPSEA and generally being indispensable!
Marguerite is a teacher and has taught for over a decade, in various positions from primary to further education. She has always had huge success with teaching children and young people (CYP) with special educational needs (SEN) but left teaching due to the political change in education and was fearful for the outcomes of CYP with SEN.
Marguerite has been leading on the transfer from statements to EHCPS in a local authority in the South East and most recently, she is a SEN consultant at local authority in the East Midlands. Her youngest daughter has a long term-illness but was diagnosed late at the end of her secondary education. Marguerite is very passionate about the learner voice and wants to ensure they achieve the best outcomes. She's hoping that sharing her knowledge and experiences can help all who read her blogs.
We're very excited to have Marguerite as a columnist and hope she will bring lots of examples of good practice that parents can be empowered by and practitioners can learn from.
- Book review and GIVEAWAY: Special Educational Needs and Legal Entitlement
- SEND Tribunal will rule on EHCP health and social care issues in extended trial
- SEND and Discrimination in Schools, A Legal Handbook, review.
- Irlen syndrome: a screener’s perspective
- Two-thirds of parents were happy with their 2015 EHCP experience…
- Supporting a child with Addison’s Disease at school
- What makes a good outcome in an Education, Health and Care Plan?
- What isn’t working in the transfer from Statement to EHCP
- Transferring from Statements to EHCPs: What works for me
Whose responsibility is it to source my daughter’s provision within her EHCP?
After a long battle, we have now an up to date Educational Psychology and Occupational Therapy (OT) report to inform…Continue reading »
My daughter has dyslexia, can I apply for an EHCP?
My daughter is 12 (year7) she is diagnosed as severely dyslexic with additional SpLD she is currently working at 3…Continue reading »
Must schools spend £6000 on support before requesting an EHC assessment for a child?
We have pupils with a hearing loss to whom we provide a high level of support from the sensory support…Continue reading »
Who is responsible for purchasing my son’s disability equipment?
My son is 16 and in last year of secondary. We are in the process of transferring statement to EHCP.…Continue reading »
How can I obtain the appropriate SEND support for my child?
The LA conceded to the tribunal 3 years ago. Since then no support, no EHCP and no help. The child…Continue reading »
My son’s EHCP has taken so long, how can we get a final EHCP?
The LA has carried out an EHC Assessment for our son and has agreed that an EHC Plan is required.…Continue reading »
The LA has refused to assess my daughter, what can we do next?
My daughter has just finished school and has started college, in between starting college and leaving school we applied for…Continue reading »
Whose responsibility is it to source a new school?
When a child is having their statement transferred to an EHCP, whose responsibility is it to source the next educational…Continue reading »
Can an LDA transfer to an EHCP without completing a EHC assessment?
My 18-year-old son is at college. In the middle of transferring his LDA to EHCP. A man appears to be…Continue reading »
Annual Review or EHCP?
Parent Question My son is in Year 9 and is 14 in January and we have three issues. We have been…Continue reading »