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I CAN Response to Publication of Special Educational Needs Clauses in the Children and Families Bill

I CAN, the children’s communication charity, welcomes the publication of the Special Educational Needs (SEN) clauses of the Children and Families Bill today (Monday 3rd September). We are particularly pleased to see the continued commitment to greater collaboration between services across education, health and social care with the introduction of integrated Education, Health and Care Plans for children and young …

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Spotlight on SEN

July’s statistical release from the Department for Education shows that SLCN is the most commonly reported special educational need (SEN) among primary school children – more prevalent than autism and dyslexia. This highlights the importance of early identification of children with SLCN. We think that it is vital that all practitioners, across the age range, are given training in how …

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Outstanding results for Meath School pupils

Every year we compare the progress of our year 6 pupils during Key Stage 2 (years 3 – 6) against the progress of all SEN learners,  using the Progression Guidance data provided by the Department for Education. This year the progress has been truly outstanding with a large percentage of the 11 pupils achieving in the top 25 % of …

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