Special Educational Needs Addition to the Continuity of Education Allowance

needsThe MOD regulations for the Special Educational Needs Addition to the Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA (SENA) and CEA (SENA)(Day)) have been revised with effect from January 2017; important changes which parents and schools should be aware of have… More information

Special Education Needs – changes to plan

EDUCATIONFrom September 2014, all local councils published a local offer setting out what support is available in your area to all 0-25 children and young people with SENs and disability. Statements of… More information. If you are using a MOBILE DEVICE please use this link

Your Views on Service Childrens Education – DEADLINE EXTENDED

EXTENDEDSeveral parents have asked us to extend the deadline on this – so we have! The House of Commons Defence Committee is conducting an Inquiry into ‘Educating the Children of Service Personnel’. We have very little time left but this is your opportunity to tell us your views. The Committee would particularly like to hear your experience and thoughts on: The difficulties facing Service families in achieving the same standard of education for their children as they would if they were civilians; The provision of education for all Service children from pre-school to age 19; The transfer of information about pupils between schools, in particular pupils with Special Educational Needs; The effectiveness of the financial support schemes for all Service families; The adequacy of oversight and monitoring of Service Children’s education. Please let us know your thoughts before the 22 Jan 13. Click here to register your views…More information »

URGENT BEFORE 10th JAN! – Your views on Service Children’s Education, please

ImageThe House of Commons Defence Committee is conducting an Inquiry into ‘Educating the Children of Service Personnel’. We have very little time left but this is your opportunity to tell us your views. The Committee would particularly like to hear your experience and thoughts on: The difficulties facing Service families in achieving the same standard of education for their children as they would if they were civilians; The provision of education for all Service children from pre-school to age 19; The transfer of information about pupils between schools, in particular pupils with Special Educational Needs; The effectiveness of the financial support schemes for all Service families; The adequacy of oversight and monitoring of Service Children’s education. Please let us know your thoughts before the 10 Jan 13. Click here to register your views…More information »

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