Sufficiency of Specialist places for Children and Young People with SEND
The Local Authority has a statutory duty to keep under review the specialist provision it makes for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). We also must ensure there are sufficient specialist places available to meet the needs of the growing SEND population.
Abbey Green and Midland Road Nursery Schools
In 2019/2020 we propose to increase the amount of specialist places available through a range of services by expanding and developing 354 additional specialist provision places to enhance the network of Special Schools, Early Years Enhanced Specialist provision (EYESPs), Designated Specialist Provision (DSPs, now known as Resource Provision – School Led) Pupil Referral Units (PRUs) and create new Resourced Provisions (RP) both LA Led and School Led places that are required to meet the current and future needs of children and young people with a range of Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
This is a pre-consultation to gain the views of parents/carers and all interested parties on the proposals for the reduction of places in the Early Years Enhanced Specialist provision (EYESP) at Abbey Green Nursery School and the development of new EYESP places at Midland Road Nursery School.
|Q3||Please indicate in which capacity you are answering this survey |
|Q5||Do you agree that there is a need for additional provision to be developed across the District for children and young people with SEND? |
|Q7||Do you agree with the proposal to to reduce the current number of EYESP at:|
Abbey Green Nursery School Early Years Enhanced Specialist Places from 20 part time places to 10 part time places?
|Q9||Do you agree with the proposal to develop an EYESP at: |
Midland Road Nursery School to deliver 10 part time places?
|Thank you for your views if you can please press submit to complete the questionnaire || |