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Needs Code February 2017

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Chapter 14: Review and

Chapter 14: Review and Revision of IDPs Summary 14.1 This Chapter sets out mandatory requirements and also guidance about the review and revision of IDPs, including when an IDP must and should be reviewed. 14.2 Whilst there are minimum requirements for how often the IDP must be reviewed, the IDP needs to accurately reflect the child or young person’s needs and detail the ALP required to meet those needs. This means that an IDP should be constantly assessed to see if it is still accurate and reviewed as necessary. 14.3 As set out below, the IDP review process needs to be done in a way that ensures that the IDP is accurate and in the best way to meet the needs of the child or young person. Review of an IDP Circumstances when the IDP must be reviewed (unless the child is looked after) 14.4 A school, FEI or local authority maintaining an IDP must review it within: the 12 month period starting with the date on which the IDP was first given to the child, child’s parent or young person; and each subsequent period of 12 months. 203 or, if the IDP has been reconsidered by the local authority (see Chapter 15), within: the 12 month period starting with the date on which a decision not to revise the IDP was notified to the child, their parent, or the young person by the local authority, or a revised plan was given to them; and each subsequent period of 12 months starting with the date on which the decision is notified or the revised plan is given. 204 14.5 A school, FEI or local authority must review an IDP it is maintaining if the plan includes ALP that a Health Body is required to secure and the NHS Body requests it to review the IDP 205 . 14.6 A school, FEI or local authority maintaining an IDP for a child or young person must also review the IDP if a request is made to it by the child, the 203 Section 21(1) of the Act. 204 Section 21(3) of the Act. 205 Section 21(4) of the Act. Page | 138

child’s parent or young person, unless it considers a review to be unnecessary 206 . 14.7 The circumstances in which a review would be considered unnecessary might include where: a recent review has taken place; and/or there is no evidence of a material change in the child or young person’s circumstances or no new significant information has come to light. Circumstances when the IDP must be reviewed and the child is looked after 14.8 A local authority maintaining an IDP for a looked after child must review it within: the 12 month period starting with the date on which the IDP was first given to the child, child’s parent or young person; and each subsequent period of 12 months. 207 14.9 A local authority must review an IDP it is maintaining if the plan includes ALP that a Health Body is required to secure and the NHS Body requests it to review the IDP 208 . 14.10 A local authority maintaining an IDP for a child must also review the IDP if a request is made to it by the looked after child, unless the authority considers a review to be unnecessary 209 . 14.11 The circumstances in which a review would be considered unnecessary might include where: a recent review has taken place; and/or there is no evidence of a material change in the child or young person’s circumstances or no new significant information has come to light. Guidance on other situations when the IDP should be reviewed 14.12 In order to be responsive to the needs of the child or young person it will often be appropriate to review the IDP, or part of the IDP, within a shorter time period. The Act gives schools, FEIs and local authorities the power to review the plan at any time; and revise the plan following a review. 210 14.13 A review should be carried out within a time period that reflects: 206 Section 21(5) of the Act. 207 Section 21(1) of the Act. 208 Section 21(4) of the Act. 209 Section 22(3) of the Act. 210 Sections 21(6) and 22(4) of the Act. Page | 139

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