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The SENCO Guide - 3. SEN Support (Tier 1 and 2)

3. SEN Support (Tier 1 and 2) The following Newcastle services and links to information and resources will be able to support you, as a SENCO. Information on a wider range of services can be found on the Local Offer. Newcastle…

The SENCO Guide - 4. Role of the SENCO

4. Role of the SENCO  The 2014 SEND Code of Practice SENCOs: Must be a qualified teacher working at the school New to post must achieve a National Award in Special Educational Needs Coordination (NASC) Are most effective if they are part…

The SENCO Guide - 5. Higher Levels of Need

5. Higher Levels of Need (Tier 3 and 4) SEND Code of Practice 2014: 6.99 Schools are not expected to meet the full costs of more expensive special educational provision from their core funding. They are expected to provide additional…

The SENCO Guide - 6. Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions

6. Supporting Pupils at School with Medical Conditions As a SENCO you need to know who leads in school for supporting medical conditions. This will not necessarily be the SENCO as it is not listed within SENCO roles and responsibilities. New statutory guidance…

The SENCO Guide - 7. Involving Parents/ Carers and Pupils

7. Involving Parents/ Carers and Pupils The principles underpinning the Code of Practice state the importance of the child or young person, and the child’s parents, participating as fully as possible in decisions, and being provided with the information and support necessary to…

The SENCO Guide - 8. Further Information

8. Further Information Offset and placing pupils with SEN out of chronological age group Children who turn 4 born between 1 April and 31 August are not of statutory school age until the September after they turn 5; parents can ask for…

SEND Executive Board Briefing - August 2019

What did the Newcastle Local Area SEND Executive Board discuss?   21 August 2019 Consultation Outcome SEND Provision & Future Priorities: partners have reviewed data detailing current primary needs across the city.  The consensus is that the Local Area should prioritise sufficiency of places in secondary…
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SEND Executive Board Briefing - June 2019

What did the Newcastle Local Area SEND Executive Board discuss in June 2019? SEND revisit: Demonstrating impact, impact and more impact At some time over the next year we will receive a re-visit from Ofsted and CQC inspectors. The inspectors will be totally focused on…
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SEND Executive Board Briefing - October 2019

What did the Newcastle Local Area SEND Executive Board discuss October 2019? Written Statement of Action (WSoA) update: The Board considered the city’s progress against the WSoA, the plan showing the improvements we agreed to make following the SEND inspection last year (see
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SEND Vulnerable Learners Reviews

Report of The High Needs: SEND Review for Newcastle City Council - June 2018 In March 2017, the Council commissioned a fundamental review of the City Council’s approach to provision and services for pupils with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and for…
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