Kent PACT - Parents and Carers Together · Calling Members in South Kent (Ashford, Shepway & Dover)! Come and meet your Quadrant Ambassador Tracy Kent Pact (virtually) on Monday 31st January 2022. Email tracy@kentpact. org.
Kent has a higher than national average demand for parental requests for EHCP’s. This is where the parent rather than school or setting put in the request for an EHCP/Statutory Assessment.
Virtual Workshop Special Educational Needs (SEN) support in mainstream schools and colleges - 13th January
Don't forget to book your space for THURSDAY FROM 10:30-12:00 - using link https://www. eventbrite. co. uk/e/special-educational-needs-sen-support-in-mainstream-schools-and-colleges-tickets-220842183917 Virtual Workshop Special Educational Needs (SEN) support in mainstream schools and colleges This workshop is for parents/carers, young people and practitioners.
Local authorities must review EHC plans at least once a year and the process they must follow is set out in law. Read IPSEA guidance on the process, and download their annual review checklist, here: https://www. ipsea. org. uk/the-annual-review-process?fbclid=IwAR2ETqGq4mndT_0Ub9Kr1bv7xiet2fL-Un86rL1yzLwGi5-nljKr64hrKU0
Latest updates from the Kent SEND service (mailchi. mp)
Will Quince, the newly appointed Minister for Children and Families has written an open letter to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), their families and those who support them.
Would you like to speak to Information, Advice and Support Kent, and a Provision Evaluation Officer (KCC SEN, PEO Team), who can give you confidential and impartial, advice and support relating to your child’s educational needs?
Do you have a child or a teenager with special educational needs and/or disabilities? We want to hear from you. After listening to your feedback, we have now arranged 2 additional evening virtual focus groups.