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Minister Quince letter to parents and carers of children and young people with SEND


Will Quince MP, Minister for Children and Families, has written an open letter to parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), their families and those who support them.

In the letter, the Minister reaffirms his commitment to delivering the SEND Review and the importance of supporting the most disadvantaged children and young people. He outlines his plans to continue to visit schools, nurseries and colleges around the country to directly hear first-hand from children, young people, parents and carers, school, college and local authority staff as well as meet with SEND organisations and experts so they can influence proposals.
Alongside the letter, the Department for Education has published information about the members of the SEND Review Steering Group. The new group was set up to assist the department conclude the SEND Review at pace and advise on proposals to be set out in a SEND Green Paper to be published in the first three months of 2022. For further information on the group, visit GOV.UK:

SEND Information Report 2021.22

Accessibility  - See Accessibility plan below:

In addition to the areas within this plan we also have the following in place: 

  • 3 disabled toilets on the ground level with space for wheelchair access
  • Fully ramped school that allows access to all school areas from both the outside and inside. 
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