This framework sets out how the general principles and processes of inspection are applied to maintained schools and several other types of school in England. It states the statutory basis for inspection and summarises the main features of school inspections carried out under section 5 of the Education Act 2005 from September 2012
Info for frontline staff and practitioners on working & supporting people within the criminal justice system that have learning disabilities or some form of specific learning difficulty. Using evidence from the Prison Reform Trust the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities have a number of factsheets covering the following topics:
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Useful information and resources
Pupils are taught algorithms as part of the KS2 and KS3 NC Computing curriculum. We currently teach using BeeBots and Flowol. We have now purchased Dash robots and tablets for the software. We have extended the SoW to include planning, writing and testing an algorithm designed to provide acts of kindness and offer them strategies to manage their anxiety.
This pack has been written to help parents and young people take an appeal to the Special Educational Needs and Disability Tribunal against a local authority’s refusal to assess your child or, if you are a young person, yourself.
The pack relates to the law in England contained in the Children and Families Act 2014 (C&FA 2014).
IPSEA's Refusal To Assess Pack is one of our most popular free on-line resources. It has been completely updated to reflect the recent changes in law.
Produced in consultation with the Association of Colleges, Preparing for Adulthood and Natspec this document gives a brief overview on how the new Children and Families Act 2014 will effect further education.
The world of Special Educational Needs and Disability is full to bursting with jargon.
Download IPSEA's popular Jargon Buster resource to decipher some common examples and help you through the SEND maze.
This edition of the Digest is the first following the General Election and includes:
BLOGS: the voices of disabled children and young people, new research, and much more
ARTICLES: the latest in our Case Law series, plus news on campaigning and forthcoming opportunities
NEWS: including contractor announcements and a word from the new minister
EVENTS & RESOURCES: all the latest to help you in your practice, including our new training