Today we're releasing the second part of the really informative episode of SNJ in Conversation with SEND lawyers, Hayley Mason and Nicole Lee. They're discussing the state of SEND law now and why it's vital for anyone thinking of home-schooling, not to confuse "home education" with Education Other Than at School (EOTAS).
And in light of this conversation, please remember to help us to help you, by taking our Autumn SEND Education survey to find out if your child has the provision they should: http://bit.ly/autumn-send With this information, we can build up a picture of how disabled children are being supported (or not) around the country. We can then push to make sure things change for the better. If you're feeling lost and helpless, this is one way you can advocate for your child - and other children. Please also share with your SEND parent friends
SEND Law and EOTAS Part 2: Listen now
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- Ofsted: Two-thirds of disabled children “disengaged” from remote learning, while less than half of schools offer extra help - January 25, 2021
- Neurodevelopmental Neurodiversity Network: A collaboration to advance understanding of neurodevelopment and neurodiversity - January 22, 2021
- How the National Tutoring Programme can be a powerful tool to help SEND pupils during lockdown - January 15, 2021