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Needs Code February 2017

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classroom teaching that can be utilised. This notification should meet any specific communication needs the child, their parent or young person has. Example of letter from a school to a parent notifying them that it has decided that their child no longer has ALN Dear, Following our correspondence of xxx, we would like to confirm that we have decided that [insert child’s name] no longer has additional learning needs. We have made this decision following a consideration of their needs. [outline reasons that the decision was made]. The consequence of this decision is that we will cease to maintain [insert child’s name] individual development plan. That is unless you wish to ask the local authority to reconsider the decision the school has reached. Further information on this is included below. Should you ask the local authority to reconsider our decision and remain unsatisfied with the outcome, you will have the option of appealing to the Education Tribunal. To support [insert child’s name] we will be implementing the following actions: [Insert a description of the actions the school will take to ensure the child’s needs are met. This might include any strategies or facilities that form part of differentiated classroom teaching which can be utilised.] If you would like to discuss this further please feel free to contact [insert name and contact details of the ALNCo in the school.] You might be interested in the information and advice provided by the local authority on additional learning needs. I have enclosed a leaflet that outlines the local authority’s arrangements and further information and advice can be accessed on the authority’s website or by contacting the following telephone number. [Insert web address and telephone number.] [Note – a leaflet does not have to be enclosed, but details of how to access the local authorities’ information and advice must be provided]. If you are unhappy with this decision you may wish to engage in the local authority’s 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.] The local authority also provides independent advocacy services for children and young people intending to take part in the arrangements for avoiding or resolving disputes or considering an appeal to the Education Tribunal. This service provides advice and assistance to the child or young person or a child’s case friend. [Insert details of the local authorities’ independent advocacy service.] Page | 154

[Where a maintained school has sent the notification:] You have the right to request your/x local authority to reconsider this matter.[provide relevant details of how this can be done.] Yours sincerely, Reconsideration of a Maintained School’s Decision to Cease to Maintain an IDP 15.19 Where a child, their parents or a young person is unhappy about a maintained school’s decision to cease to maintain an IDP on the grounds that the person no longer has ALN, they may initially wish to engage the local authorities’ arrangements for resolving disagreements and/or independent advocacy services, with the aim of resolving the issue at school level. 15.20 Alternatively, children and their parents, and young people, are able to request a reconsideration of the school’s decision 245 . 15.21 In this situation, the local authority must make its own decision as to whether the school should cease to maintain the IDP. 246 15.22 Local authorities should take into account all available information and obtain any further information necessary in order to take an informed decision. It may be that the local authority reaches the same decision as the school did; or the local authority may take a different view. 15.23 The local authority must notify the child and the child’s parent, or the young person and the school of the decision and the reasons for it. 247 The notification must be made as soon as practicable after the decision is made. 15.24 Where the decision is that the school should cease to maintain the IDP, the notification must also contain the information set out in the paragraphs above. Where the decision is that the school will continue to maintain the plan, the school must continue maintaining the plan. 248 245 Section 30 of the Act. 246 Section 30(2) of the Act. 247 Section 30(3) of the Act. 248 Section 30(4) of the Act. Page | 155

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