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Children and Families Act 2014: Explanatory Notes (Ch.6-en)
Children and Families Act 2014: Explanatory Notes (Ch.6-en)
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What duties do Oldham authorities have to children and young people with SEN/Disabilities?



What duties do Oldham authorities have to children and young people with SEN/Disabilities?

Part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 places legal duties on Local Authorities (LAs) to identify and assess the special educational needs (SEN) of children and young people for whom they are responsible.

LAs become responsible for a child/young person in their area when they become aware that the child/young person has or may have SEN. They must then ensure that those children and young people receive a level of support which will help them “achieve the best possible educational and other outcomes” – Section 19 (d).

The legal duty to carry out a EHC needs assessment and then issue an EHC plan is a direct one on an LA and can never be ultimately delegated to parents, the young person, a school or college.

An LA must carry out an EHC needs assessment if a child or young person needs, or may need, more support than their school or other setting can give them.

I would like to know how many EHC needs assessments have been carried out by the Oldham Authority?

How many young people in Oldham has been referred for EHC plan but the panel decided not to assess for EHC plan?

How many has been successful in getting a EHC plan?

What percentage of young people in west oldham area are on EHC plan compared to other wards? Can you please break this down by age, gender and ethnicity.

Once special educational provision has been specified in an EHC plan, the LA has a legal duty to provide it. This cannot be overruled by the LA’s SEN funding policy or internal funding arrangements including banding, matrixes, or notional SEN spending levels such as £6,000 or £10,000.

Can you please share with the public the amount of resources/monies spent/used in west oldham compared with other wards in Oldham?

Can the LA publish a Local Offer (LO) containing information of about all the services and support it expects to be available for children and young people with SEN and/or a disability for whom they are responsible. Please include details of any schools, colleges or services outside the area that the LA might use or expect to be avaiable for those children or young people.

Please bear in mind the LO should not be just a directory of services or series of links. It must say clearly what the LA expects to be available in terms of:

what schools/colleges and other settings will provide from the funding they receive for SEN

what schools/ colleges and other settings in its area will provide from the funding they receive to support those with a disability

educational, health and care provision

training provision

transport arrangements between home and school/college/early years settings

support for preparing for adulthood and independent living

Has the LA consulted children, parents and young people in developing this LO and in periodically reviewing it? How has the LA tried to engaged with parents of BME communities?

What strategies and publicity have the LA used to obtain public comments to be made and published about the LO?

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I have reframed my question and it is more concise. Can you please ask the question at the full council meeting on the 13th December.

What duties do Oldham authorities have to children and young people with SEN/Disabilities?

I would like to know how many EHC needs assessments have been carried out by the Oldham Authority?

How many young people in Oldham has been referred for EHC plan but the panel decided not to assess for EHC plan?

How many has been successful in getting a EHC plan?

What percentage of young people in west oldham area are on EHC plan compared to other wards? Can you please break this down by age, gender and ethnicity.

Once special educational provision has been specified in an EHC plan, the LA has a legal duty to provide it. This cannot be overruled by the LA’s SEN funding policy or internal funding arrangements including banding, matrixes, or notional SEN spending levels such as £6,000 or £10,000.

Can you please share with the public the amount of resources/monies spent/used in west oldham compared with other wards in Oldham?・・・続きはこちら⇒What duties do Oldham authorities have to children and young people with SEN/Disabilities?


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