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Needs Code February 2017

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information about the right to request their local authority to reconsider the matter. 56 8.6 The notification should also contain an outline of what action the school will undertake to ensure the child or young person’s needs are met. This might include any strategies or facilities that form part of the differentiated classroom teaching which can be utilised. This notification should meet any specific communication needs the family has (for example email or telephone contact rather than by letter, language preferences, and accessibility requirements). 8.7 It might be helpful to offer an opportunity to the child and their parent, or the young person, to meet to discuss this further. authority, if different, that looks after the child. In the case of a child or young person ordinarily resident in England, it is the local authority that maintains the school. 56 This is the right under section 24 of the Act. The request is to the local authority responsible for the person (i.e. in whose area the person is) (section 24(1)(a)), except if the person is ordinarily resident in England, in which case, it is the local authority that maintains the school (section 77(2)). Page | 66

Example – a letter to a parent of a child (it could be adapted to be a letter to the child or YP) Dear, Following our correspondence of xxx, I can now advise you that we have decided that xxx does not have additional learning needs. A person has additional learning needs if that person has a learning difficulty or disability which calls for additional learning provision. There is more information about the meaning of this in the enclosed leaflet. We have reached this decision following consideration of xxx’s [development and needs?]. We do not consider that xxx has additional learning needs because [set out reasons that the decision was made]. To support xxx we will be implementing the following actions: [a description of the actions which the school will undertake to ensure the child or young person’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 [provide name and contact details of the ALNCo in the school.] Information and advice about additional learning needs is provided by the local authority. I have enclosed [a leaflet on …] and further information and advice is available [on website or by contacting the helpline …][a leaflet does not have to be enclosed, but details of how to access the information and advice must be provided]. 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.] Your 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. [provide details of the local authorities’ independent advocacy service.] You have the right to request [your/x] local authority to reconsider this decision [provide relevant details of how this can be done.] Page | 67

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