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Enhancing opportunities for children with special educational needs and disabilities

 

Informed Parents

Happy Children
Network 81 Befriender Courses With our help, your children will be able to  study with their peers.

We promote Befriender Training Courses. We will talk you through the Code of Practice and how to succeed.

If you have children with special educational needs and you need advice and support then we will help.

Helpline No

0845 077 4055

Registered Charity No 1061950

Company Limited by Guarantee.  Registered in England No 3334432

How we can help :

Network 81 has moved.  Our new address is:

10, Boleyn Way, West Clacton, Essex, CO15 2NJ.

New email address is Network81@hotmail.co.uk
Telephone numbers remain the same.

Visit our new training website: 

www.sen-training.co.uk

                                                          

News:

 


Every Disabled Child Matters is a new campaign to get rights and justice
for every disabled child. The campaign is supported by four national
organisations working with disabled children - Contact a Family, the
Council for Disabled Children, Mencap and the Special Education
Consortium. We want 10,000 supporters to sign up to the campaign by
December 2006. Join the campaign at www.edcm.org.uk - and ask everyone you know to do the same.

    October 2006


The Government's reponse to the Education and Skills Committee Select Committee report on SEN has now been place on the web at:

http://www.teachernet.gov.uk/wholeschool/sen/

                                                                                                          October 2006

           


Council attacked over inaccuracies

A council has been attacked for distributing "dangerously inaccurate and misleading" information about special educational needs. 

A leaflet put out by the London Borough of Lewisham tells parents that "statements [are] no longer necessary".  Click here for further details

August 2006


Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal Service Update July 2006

Pilot Project:  Early Evaluation of SEN Appeals

From August 2006 the Tribunal Service will be conducting a pilot project to improve the quality of evidence available at tribunal hearings in an effort to reduce adjournments.  Click here for further details


The House of Commons Education and Skills Committee Third Report of Session 2005-06 relating to Special Educational Needs has now been published.   This can be downloaded at:

http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmeduski.htm

[Warning - it is 143 pages long] or ordered for £17.50 from: 

http://www.tsoshop.co.uk/ 

Have you any comments on this report?  Doyou agree or disagree with the findings?  Why not leave a message on our message board

July 2006


The SEN & Disability Division of the DfES has written to all Chief Education Officers and Directors of Children's Services on blanket policies in relation to statutory assessments and specifying and quantifying provision in children's statements.  Click here for full letter in word.

December 2005

 

 



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