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Needs Code February 2017

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Chapter 7.1:

Chapter 7.1: Identification of ALN for those in pre-school 42 Summary 42 How the Foundation Phase Profile can assist in the identification of 42 children with ALN Identification for those under compulsory school age 42 Local authority responsibilities 45 Children under compulsory school age – Health bodies’ role and 46 power to notify Children attending non-maintained settings 48 Chapter 7.2: Identification of ALN – within schools 49 Summary 49 Pupils at maintained schools 49 ALN Policy 50 Children and young people – Independent schools 50 How the Foundation Phase Profile can assist in the identification of the 51 children with ALN Early identification 51 Using data 52 Differentiated teaching 54 Continued concerns 54 Other factors 55 Duty to decide 56 Chapter 7.3: Identification of ALN – FEI 58 Summary 58 Young people at FEIs 58 ALN Policy 58 Timely identification 59 Using data 61 Differentiated teaching 62 Continued concerns 63 Other factors 63 Duty to decide 65 Chapter 8: Decisions that a child or young person does not have 65 ALN Summary 65 Maintained School Decisions 65 Maintained School Decisions – reconsideration by local authorities 68 Local Authority Decisions 69 FEI decisions 71 Chapter 9.1: Duties on local authorities to decide whether a child below compulsory school age and not attending a maintained school has ALN and to prepare an IDP 75 Summary 75 Introduction 75

Local Authorities’ duty to decide whether a child has ALN under 75 Section 11 The local authority decision on ALN – next steps 76 Chapter 9.2: Duties on maintained schools and local authorities 77 to decide whether a child or young person in a maintained school has ALN and prepare an IDP Summary 77 Introduction 77 Duty to prepare and maintain an IDP, including school referrals to local 77 authorities Local authorities’ duty to decide whether a child or young person has 79 ALN under Section 11 The local authority decision on ALN – next steps 82 Local authority reconsideration of maintained school IDPs 83 Local authority taking over responsibility for an IDP 84 Maintained school’s duties related to securing ALP 85 Chapter 9.3: Duties of FEIs and local authorities to decide 87 whether the young person has ALN and prepare an IDP Summary 87 Introduction 87 FEIs’ duties to prepare and maintain an IDP, including FEI referrals to 87 local authorities Local authorities’ duty to decide whether a young person has ALN 89 under Section 11 The local authority decision on ALN – next steps 91 Local authority taking over responsibility for an IDP 91 FEIs - duties related to securing ALP 92 Chapter 10: Preparing an IDP 94 Summary 94 Preparing an IDP – considerations in all cases 94 Those with multiple plans 96 Transport 97 Other factors 97 Timescales 98 Finalising an IDP 102 Seeking views on the IDP document 104 Chapter 11: Mandatory content for IDPs 105 Summary 105 The content of an IDP – general 105 The purpose of an IDP 105 Mandatory IDP content 106 Chapter 12: Preparing an IDP – multi-agency working 116 Summary 116 Multi-agency working 116

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    7.1.28 At this point the health bod

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    Chapter 7.2: Identification of ALN

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    How the Foundation Phase Profile ca

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    the school, the child and their par

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    7.2.27 Concerns might also be expre

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    DECISION ON ADDITIONAL LEARNING NEE

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    policy should set out how the FEI w

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    has communication and/or interactio

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    7.3.25 Where FEIs have staff which

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    Chapter 8: Decisions that a child o

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    Example - a letter to a parent of a

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    Local Authority Decisions 8.14 A lo

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    FEI Decisions 8.21 Chapter 9.3 sets

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    DECISION BY MAINTAINED SCHOOL THAT

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    Chapter 9.1: Duties on local author

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    Chapter 9.2: Duties on maintained s

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    Example of good practice Having con

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    the person’s ALP, the placing loc

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    authority must prepare and maintain

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    9.2.42 A local authority can also d

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    Chapter 9.3: Duties of FEIs and loc

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    which would support the local autho

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    The Local Authority Decision on ALN

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    9.3.35 This might occur, for instan

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    of decisions and ensures their view

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    (Wales) Act 2014. The bodies respon

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    Local authority is required to dete

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    10.45 The local authority has a max

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    Example letter to a child’s paren

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    Chapter 11: Mandatory Content for I

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    Responsibility for the IDP i. The n

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    profiles and, for very young childr

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    o where ALP should be provided in W

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    11.48 Guidance on how to develop ou

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    ii. Space for the person responsibl

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    delegated to an appropriate member

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    developing and updating an IDP. In

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    the governing body of a maintained

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    addressing the child or young perso

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    12.46 The DECLO should report to an

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    Measuring success 12.59 The DECLO s

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    13.5 The first exception referred t

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    13.14 When considering the issue, l

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    The local authority must be satisfi

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    13.36 In many instances, placements

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    for ALP to be made otherwise than i

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    child’s parent or young person, u

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    IDP review meetings Before the meet

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    14.29 Reviews led by the school or

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    details of the local authority avoi

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    Where the school/FEI/local authorit

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    PROCESS FOR REVIEWING AN IDP - INCL

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    Chapter 15 - Ceasing to maintain an

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    15.12 A question of whether a child

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    [Where a maintained school has sent

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    Chapter 16: Transferring an IDP Sum

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    transitions in mid year if there is

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    17.19 Where a child or young person

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    17.25 The transition between primar

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    attend. It may also be suitable to

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    Gavin’s permission outlines his s

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    Chapter 18: Avoiding and Resolving

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    Support to unpick difficulties and

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    support the needs of the child and

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    approach, bringing together the man

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    Provide children and young people w

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    18.56 In these circumstances, consi

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    Experience has shown that these mee

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    Chapter 19: Appeals and Application

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    19.9 When an appeal has been heard

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    Chapter 20: Children and Young Peop

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    20.12 The incorporation of the IDP

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    20.24 A local authority may arrange

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    20.40 Parents who choose to educate

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    20.49 Relevant youth accommodation

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    20.60 Where the home authority is r

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    order to enable that authority to e

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    Annex A - Glossary In this glossary

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    appointed under section 79(4) of th

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    Annex B - Transport Summary This An

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    e trained as bus buddies or escorts

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    parents and young people and educat

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    The views, wishes and feelings of t

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    Responsibility for the IDP The na

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    Record ( of information used to dev

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    What is working ? What could be bet

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    Description and delivery of the chi

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    Speech and language therapy, modell

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    Details of any disapplication of th

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    Summary of Key events: 03/08/2006

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