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Plymouth Graduated Approach to Inclusion Document – Consultation

The Code of Practice places a duty on local authorities to describe the provision for SEND that families can expect to find in schools. The Plymouth Graduated Approach to inclusion document is currently in the process of being drafted and we would welcome your feedback. The document has a number of important functions, which include: 1. Clarifying for families that they can expect schools to provide, for example, at SEN support 2. Providing a reference point for ensuring that a request for an EHC plan needs assessment is appropriate. The details of the first consultation event are: Date: Tuesday 16th July 2019 Time: 9.30am-11.30am Location: Guildhall This is an event for families and professionals. Places can be booked through Claire Paddon: claire@plymouthpcv.co.uk The document can be found here. The document will have a significant impact on practice across the local area – it is important that you have an opportunity to have your say from the earliest point. Kind regards Jim Barnicott and Claire Paddon SEND Strategic Advice and Service and Plymouth Parent Carer Voice (PPCV)


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