Following the SEND structure consultation earlier this year, Cheshire East Council has redesigned the Statutory Assessment Service (SEND).
A group of Cheshire East Council officers worked together to update the online information about Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs assessments.
The Inclusion Quality team at Cheshire East Council have been supporting SENCOS on the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) NASENCO programme.
The education transport team have put together a flowchart to help direct parents on who they should contact if they have a transport query.
Online survey to improve the system for high needs funding.
Our SEND Quality and Inclusion team hosted a series of meetings between primary and secondary special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) recently.
Our termly SENCO network conference was held on Monday 17 June, at Cranage Hall.
We want to tell you a little about the many changes we have made by listening to parents, carers, children and young people, along with health, social care and education experts.
Save the date for our Defining Excellence Across SEND Workshop
Cheshire East's Information, Advice and Support team provide confidential, free and impartial advice.
Cheshire East has now launched a new way in which schools can complete annual/interim reviews for young people across the borough with education, health and care plan (EHCP).
We are seeing significant progress in terms of improving timeliness of completing EHCP within 20 weeks.
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