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Readings to support understanding  and implications of the new Code of Practice. With a few other SEN links from the IPE day.
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The new SEND Code of Practice approved by Parliament! See our co-produced SEND reform infographic - Special Needs Jungle

The new SEND Code of Practice approved by Parliament! See our co-produced SEND reform infographic - Special Needs Jungle | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
The new SEND Code of Practice approved by Parliament! See our co-produced SEND reform Infographic
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SEN Reforms - Special Needs Jungle

SEN Reforms - Special Needs Jungle | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Here at SNJ, we talk quite a bit about politics and, specifically, SEN reform. The reforms to the SEN system are due to be implemented from September 2014; earlier if your LA is a pathfinder champion If you have a … Keep Reading... →
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A page of links to articles about the SEN reforms from the Special Needs Jungle site

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▶ Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Update - Lorraine Petersen (OBE) - YouTube

Lorraine Petersen (OBE), Chief Executive Officer at nasen gives an update on the latest developments in SEND policy and practice.

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Added 04/01/14 From  August 2013, Lorraine give a wide ranging, engaging  view of  education and special needs at that point, which has not yet changed  very much.  It is aimed at practicing  SENDCO, senior leaders and people working with children with special needs. In particular she lays out the implications for teachers and teaching.  All teachers are teachers of all children, it is their responsibility to  provide an inclusive education. Inspections will focus on this. 

 

From about 12 min on all about  school and classroom implication, OFSTED   implications  around 15 min and 16 min.

At about 20.41 min phonics and responsibility for reading.

 

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Added 04/01/14 From August 2013, Lorraine give a wide ranging, engaging  view of  education and special needs at that point, which has not yet changed  very much.  It is aimed at practicing  SENDCO, senior leaders and people working with children with special needs. In particular she lays out the implications for teachers and teaching.  All teachers are teachers of all children, it is their responsibility to  provide an inclusive education. Inspections will focus on this. 

 

 

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SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 - Publications - GOV.UK

SEND code of practice: 0 to 25 - Publications - GOV.UK | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Reforming the special educational needs and disability (SEND) system for children and young people aged 0 to 25 in England.
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The code explains the duties on schools to:

provide reasonable adjustments for disabled pupilsprovide auxiliary aids and services to disabled pupils

 

This code was laid before Parliament on 11 June 2014. It must be approved by Parliament before it comes into force on 1 September 2014. It will help put into place wide-reaching reforms to the SEND system for children and young people aged 0 to 25 in England. The code provides statutory guidance on duties, policies and procedures relating to part 3 of the Children and Families Act 2014 and associated regulations.

 

The current code of practice remains in force until 1 September 2014.

 

The government response to our consultation on the special educational needs (SEN) code of practice and regulations is also available.

 

The Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014 set out the detailed requirements on local authorities, schools, colleges and others towards children and

 

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Relying on teaching assistant support for SEN students is a false economy

Relying on teaching assistant support for SEN students is a false economy | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
We must help parents understand that relying too much on teaching assistants prevents special educational needs students getting enough quality time with their teacher
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There is still  debate about the value of Teaching Assistants 

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£30 million for new special educational needs champions - Press releases - GOV.UK

£30 million for new special educational needs champions - Press releases - GOV.UK | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
New £30 million fund for more than 1,800 independent supporters to help parents navigate the new special educational needs process.
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Warning of SEN 'exodus' from mainstream education | Nursery World

Warning of SEN 'exodus' from mainstream education | Nursery World | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Read Warning of SEN 'exodus' from mainstream education childcare and the latest childcare & early years news & best practice on Nursery World
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Children and Families Bill 2013 - The Department for Education

Children and Families Bill 2013 - The Department for Education | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Information about the Children and Families Bill 2013, including a summary of the main provisions relating to adoption, family justice, special education needs and childcare.
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Special educational needs: code of practice

Special educational needs: code of practice | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Information on the special educational needs code of practice.
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Five things schools need to know about the SEN reforms

Five things schools need to know about the SEN reforms | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
The new approach to special educational needs provision will place pupils at the centre of planning and make teachers more accountable for their progress. Amy Cook offers a quick guide to the reforms
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This is another  overview of the main points of the new  Act.  understanding the main  points can only  lead to a speedy  understanding of the  whole.

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School statutory duties in SEND CoP

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Added 24/06/14 A briefing on the Statutory duties placed on schools by the new code of practice from the Snip newsletter www.snip-newsletter.co.uk

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Assess, Plan, Do, Review and how to involve parents in the new SEN Graduated Response

Assess, Plan, Do, Review and how to involve parents in the new SEN Graduated Response | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
Our SNJ post today is "Assess, Plan, Do, Review and how to involve parents in the new SEN Graduated Response"
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Seven steps to Ofsted success for Sencos

Seven steps to Ofsted success for Sencos | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
If you are a special educational needs co-ordinator, what should you do to prepare for inspection?
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The Draft SEN Code of Practice

The Draft SEN Code of Practice | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it

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Added 06/01/14   Lorraine Peterson OBE, Educational Consultant offers some notes on the Draft SEN Code ofPractice as of December 2013. Short and to the point, worth reading  alongside other  information available. 

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Added 04/01/14  Lorraine Peterson OBE Educational Consultant offers some notes on the Draft SEN Code ofPractice as of December 2013. Short and to the point, worth reading  alongside other  information available.

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Changes in SEN law: What it means in practice for schools - Jane McConnell, IPSEA - YouTube

nasen Live! 2013 An up-to-the-minute look at the proposed changes to SEN law and the implications for schools. - Detailed analysis of proposals - What is rea...

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Jane McConnell is chief executative of  IPSEA, Independant  Parental Special Educational  Advice. This group provides legal advice for parents seeking to get the best education for their child with special needs. Speaking at the 2013 Nasen conference she looks at what the changes in SEN Law mean in practice for schools. Although aimed at SENDCO and school leadership there is some invaluable information for the teacher in here.

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Jane McConnell is chief executative of  IPSEA, Independant  Parental Special Educational  Advice. This group provides legal advice for parents seeking to get the best education for their child with special needs. Speaking at the 2013 nasen conference  she looks what the changes in SEN Law mean in practice for schools. Although aimed at SENDCO and  school leadership there is some invaluable iformation for the teacher in here.

 

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Children and Families Bill 2013 - Publications - GOV.UK

Children and Families Bill 2013 - Publications - GOV.UK | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
This document explains the provisions that make up the bill and how they fit within the wider context of reform.
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Added 26/03/14 - The Factsheet gives a useful overview of the whole Bill of which  SEN is only part.

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Better Communication Research Programme

Better Communication Research Programme | New SEN Code of Practice - 2014 | Scoop.it
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"The Better Communications Research Programme (BCRP) was a 3 year research programme, part of the government's response to the Bercow Review of provision for children and young people with speech, language and communication needs, published in July 2008."

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