SNJ submitted a lengthy response to the SEND Review, based around the consultation questions. Click the icon to read them by chapter below (PDFs) Each response is followed by the submissions sent to via by readers. We have redacted their names for their privacy.
SEND partnerships & local inclusion plans
Cross-boundary low-incidence high-cost need provision
A standardised and digitised EHCP
Coproducing a tailored list of placements in an EHCP
Strengthen redress, incl national standards & mandatory mediation
SEND Tribunal remedies for disability discrimiation
Strengthening early years practice for two-year-old progress check
Mandatory SENCo NPQ to replace the NASENCo Award
Heads "satisfied" new hires are obtaining SENCO qualifications
Specialist & mainstream MATs coexisting in a fully trust-led future
Will alternative provision plans improve outcomes
AP funding for financial stability
Bespoke alternative provision performance framework, based on five outcomes
Statutory framework for pupil movements
Key metrics we to measure local and national performance
National framework for funding bands
National SEND Delivery Board & implementation
What will make a successful implementation?
Support needed for a successfully transition to a new national system
Is there anything else you would like to say? (Oh yes there is)
Responses from other organisations
We have collated some responses from other organisations below. We will be adding to this list as we are sent links If you would like your organisation's response included, please send us the link- please do not send the document itself as we won't be able to add it.
Consultation Questions ponder points
We created ponder points to help you understand the consultation and, although it has now closed, you may want to catch up to on what was in it and the implicatins of the questions. See below for an explanation.