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Sheffield, England, S11 8JF
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Helping parents, schools, and professionals to navigate the complex legal system of special educational needs and Education, Health & Care Plans.

Talking about Education, Health and Care Plans

Talking about Education, Health and Care Plans, and how to support parents and professionals through the complex process.

Has SENDIST well and truly crumbled?

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Having trouble getting through to the tribunal helpline?

Registered an appeal in the last few months and still not heard anything?

Cancelled tribunal dates becoming the norm?

Missed bundles, inaccurate details?

You are not alone.

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Free resources: The EHCP Timeline

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We know the EHCP process is complicated and hard to navigate.

So, to give you a hand we've produced a free downloadable guide which breaks the journey down into bitesize stages.

The full timeline details from week 1 - 20 and we will be releasing chunks of the stages each week.

This week we have prepared a guideline for everything you need to know about the EHCP process weeks 14-20.

The guide explains what is necessary in order to apply for an assessment and what you should expect from the LA in this time frame.

To receive this free downloadable PDF please sign up to our mailing list now by clicking the button below!

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* 31st March deadline for EHCPs *

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Is your child moving to Secondary or Post 16 in September of this year?

If so, was your child’s EHCP reviewed and finalised with amendments (particularly to Section I) by 31st March of this year?

If not, your local authority is in breach of its legal duty.

The significant problem here is, if the LA do not name a school or placement of your choice, it may make it too late for you to appeal to the First Tier Tribunal before the summer holidays.

It is a systematic flaw (to allow the LA to ‘get away’ with missing deadlines and to not have a big window for appeals before the summer holidays) and one that could have significant consequences on your child’s placement, with particular impact on your legal rights. If the LA have not reviewed your EHCP and you need them to do this for a move to a new placement in September, issue an immediate judicial review, pre-action letter below: