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We have developed a number of resources here at SNJ to help you navigate the the new-look jungle.

  • They include our popular FLOW CHARTS that we developed in cooperation with the Department for Education. There are four charts, showing the flow for SEN Support, Requesting an EHCP, an EHCP assessment and When disagreements happen.
  • We have made the DfE's GLOSSARY, as seen in the SEND Code of Practice, more accessible
  • And some of our posts that feature useful SEND resources - some are displayed in the carousel below that you can click through to.

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Updated EHCP Flow charts and a brand new one for the Annual Review!
Does your school’s website break the law?
SEND emergency! SNJ joins the campaign of the UK’s biggest teaching union to fight the cuts
Help SEND parents legally challenge the government over national funding crisis
SEND Inspections: Moving ahead but illegality must be called out
SEND System ‘in crisis’ say Head Teachers
SEND Update: Good intentions…and complaints for young people with SEND
Against Human Rights: Landmark ruling against school exclusion for behaviour related to autism
Legal victory for Bristol parents against SEND cuts – what does it mean for other areas?
£1.5 billion funding gap for disabled children’s services in the UK
£600 million SEND reforms: Disabled children have had poor value for money
SEND Inquiry: The Baroness, Brian, the man in the middle and much more..
Survey: Parents have lost confidence in their disabled children’s health and social care services
Matching needs with provision to make a dog’s doodah EHCP (Part 2)
Taking a stand against the dog’s breakfast EHCPs of Oldham (part 1)
Ten top tips to get a ‘good’ Education, Health and Care Plan for your child
£50 million extra for SEND school places and facilities. But will it help inclusion?
EHCPs in 2018: Are we ‘bedded in’ yet?
SEND update: Parental support and EHCP transfer miracles
Ofsted/CQC inspections MUST become a permanent part of SEND. Here’s why.

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