Information about EHCPs
What is an EHCP?
An Education, Health and Care plan (“EHC plan”) is a legal document which describes a child or young person’s special educational needs, the support they need, and the outcomes they would like to achieve.
The special educational provision described in an EHC plan must be provided by the child or young person’s local authority (“LA”). This means an EHC plan can give a child or young person extra educational support. It can also give parents and young people more choice about which school or other setting the child or young person can attend.
An EHC plan can only be issued after a child or young person has gone through the process of an Education, Health and Care needs assessment.
EHCP assessment and application process
This document outlines the process for applying for an EHCP and the assessment
You can download this here.
The annual review process.
You will meet yearly with the SENDCo and class teacher to discuss the EHCP and identify whether the targets are still applicable.
You can download this here
Who can I contact? Where can I go for more information or support?
School: SENDCO - firstname.lastname@example.org