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Assessment for Education, Health and Care Plans: Guidelines

Education, Health and Care Plans (EHC) are designed to support children and young people with long term and complex needs that are impacting on children and young people’s ability to access learning and develop independence. In Stoke-on-Trent, we have taken the opportunity of the changes…

Education - Schools and Services

To refine your search, either click on a category on the right of the page or select an age group below. To go to another section of the Local Offer click on the home button at the top of the page All information within the…

Feedback and Comments

Feedback is an important part of the Local Offer.  We welcome feedback from anyone who uses the website and the services you find on it.  We would love to know what you think about the accessibility of information of the SEND Local Offer, the quality…

How we provide for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disability

The Children and Families Act (2014) gives the Local Authority direction about how we provide services for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disability. We have developed a Joint Commissioning Policy with our partners from Education, Health and Care. Please see the…

Local Offer

To refine your search, either click on a category on the right of the page or select an age group below. To go to another section of the Local Offer click on the home button at the top of the page All information within the…

Parental Requests for an Education Health and Care Assessment

Parents have the right to request an EHC Assessment: The following people have a specific right to ask a local authority to conduct an education, health and care needs assessment for a child or young person aged between 0 and 25: the child’s parent a…

Post-16 frequently asked questions (FAQ's) answered by the DfE

What are the rights of parents in relation to decisions about the SEN provision for young people (i.e. those aged 16-25)? At the end of compulsory school age (the end of the academic year in which a child turns 16) the right to make requests…

You Said, We Did

You said: You were unable to access and view content on the Carousel via your mobiles phones. We did: We created a mobile friendly News and Events page accessible from the Home Page.   You said: It would be useful if the information could be…

Young Person Request for an Education Health and Care Assessment

Young People have the right to request an EHC Assessment A young person between the age of 16 and 24 can request their own EHC Assessment. The following people have a specific right to ask a local authority to conduct an education, health and care…
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