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Needs Code February 2017

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14.34 At the end of the

14.34 At the end of the review meeting a date should be agreed, at least in principle, of when the next review will take place. This must be within 12 months of the review 212 . 14.35 Also at the end of the meeting, any action that will be taken to help meet the needs of the child or young person should be clearly explained to the child, their parent, or young person and any one else involved in the review. 14.36 If the conclusion of the review is that a child or young person no longer has ALN and no longer requires an IDP, the specific provisions on ceasing to maintain an IDP will apply. See Chapter 15. 213 14.37 If following a review of the child’s or young person’s needs it is determined that the child or young person still has ALN and requires an IDP, a revised IDP must be provided. This revised IDP will need to note the review and any new information gained. However, it might be that in the revised IDP the ALN identified and the ALP provided will be the same because the review has indicated that this is meeting the child’s or young person’s needs 14.38 A copy of the revised plan must be given to: the child or young person; and if the plan applies to a child, the child’s parent. 214 14.39 Where the child is looked after and the local authority revises the IDP, it must give a copy of the revised IDP to: The looked after child The looked after child’s parent, and The looked after child’s independent reviewing officer. 215 14.40 A copy of the revised plan should also be sent to anyone else who attended the IDP review meeting or provided information for the IDP review. This should be done as soon as possible and within the 12 month period of issuing the previous IDP. 14.41 As well as sending a copy of the IDP to the child or young person, the school/FEI or local authority responsible for reviewing the IDP must also send: the name and contact details of the ALNCo in the school/FEI or the relevant local authority officer; copies of the relevant information and advice made available by the local authority or details of how to access it 216 ; 212 Section 21 of the Act 213 There are specific requirements relating to ceasing to maintain IDPs in section 29 of the Act. 214 Section 21(8) of the Act. 215 Section 22(6) of the Act Page | 144

details of the local authority avoidance and resolution of disagreement arrangements, as well as details of the local authority independent advocacy services. 14.42 Where a maintained school has sent a copy of the IDP, they must also outline the child’s, young person’s or parent’s right to contact their local authority to discuss the issue further and ask the local authority to take over responsibility for the IDP 217 . Where it is a FEI or local authority which has sent a copy of the IDP, they must also outline the right to appeal to the Education Tribunal. 14.43 This should be in a format which is accessible and meet any specific communication needs the family has 218 . Example Dear, Please find enclosed the new IDP following the meeting of xx/xx/xxxx If you would like to discuss this further please feel free to contact [provide name and contact details of the ALNCo in the school/FEI or relevant local authority officer.] You might be interested in the information and advice provided by the local authority on Additional Learning Needs [this might be provided alongside this notification or details of how to access the local authorities’ information and advice must be provided]. You may also wish to engage in the local authorities’ arrangements for avoiding and resolving disagreements. This can be accessed by [provide details of how a child, child’s parent or young person can access the local authorities’ arrangements for avoiding and resolving disagreements.] You may also wish to use the local authorities’ independent advocacy services. This service provides advice and assistance to the child or young person. [provide details of the local authorities’ independent advocacy service.] [Where a maintained school has sent a copy of the IDP] If you would like to challenge the proposed IDP, you can contact the local authority to discuss the issue further and formally request the local authority to take over responsibility for the IDP [provide relevant details of how this can be done.] [Where a FEI or local authority has sent a copy of the IDP] If you would like to challenge the proposed IDP, you have a right to appeal the decision to the Education Tribunal. We can provide more details on this matter. 216 As per the duty on local authorities set out at section 7 of the Act. 217 Section 21 218 See duties outlined in Chapter 3 Page | 145

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