Special Educational Needs

Department for Education written question – answered on 26th May 2022.

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Photo of Emma Hardy Emma Hardy Labour, Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle

To ask the Secretary of State for Education, whether the proposed new local SEND partnerships will be required to include representation from services for children with low incidence needs, such as sensory impairment.

Photo of Will Quince Will Quince The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education

The department is consulting on new local partnerships that will bring together representatives across early years, schools, further education, alternative and specialist provision, in addition to health and care partners and other partners, including youth justice.

The government will publish a national special educational needs and disabilities and alternative provision delivery plan setting out the government's response to the consultation and how change will be implemented in detail.

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