Services in Middlesbrough Strategic Information and Guidance (11)

  1. Annual Review of EHCPs - Guidance and documents

    Education, Health and Care [EHC] Plans should be used to actively monitor children and young people’s progress towards their outcomes and longer term aspirations. They must be reviewed, as a minimum, every 12 months. Reviews must focus on the child or young person’s progress towards…
  2. Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP) Guidance

    In Middlesbrough, the majority of children with special educational needs and disability(SEND) will have their needs met in the child's local mainstream school, sometimes with the help of outside specialists. In some cases, children attend specialist bases in mainstream schools or special schools depending upon…
  3. High Needs Funding for Mainstream Schools

    Mainstream schools can apply for additional High Needs Funding to support young people with Special Educational needs whether they have an EHCP or a SEN Support Plan. Guidance and Step by Step guide available to download. Excel appendices for Provision Map and Headcount will be…
  4. Increasing Awareness of our Local Offer

    We continue to work hard to raise awareness of the Local Offer across Middlesbrough. We have been reaching out to young people, families and professionals by a variety of means and speaking to as many people as we can. Take a look at the downloads…
  5. Middlesbroughs EHCP Template

    We have developed in consultation with parents, schools and our health and social care colleagues our Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) template document. You can view dowload this template document from the bottom right hand-side of this page. You can also find copy of the Middlesbrough EHCP…
  6. SEND Needs Assessment, June 2019

    The Special Educational Needs and or Disabilities (SEND) Needs Assessment (SNA) is a systematic way of assessing the health and educational needs of the local SEND Population. It identifies ‘the big picture’, in terms of the health and wellbeing needs and inequalities of the local…
  7. SEND Strategy (2021 - 2024)

    Our strategy supports children and young people with special educational needs and or disabilities, aged 0-25. This strategy demonstrates through a clear vision how partners across Education, Health and Care will ensure improvements are made in how we deliver provision, support and develop services to meet…
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