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A revised draft of the new Special Educational Needs and Disability Code of Practice is now available. Christopher Robertson comments on its content and structure, and encourages SENCOs and other education professionals to contribute to a final consultation
The role of the SENCO and school based special educational needs and disability support teams could develop in new ways, if there is greater flexibility in government guidance that mandates the ‘one SENCO, one school’ approach to SEND coordination, writes Christopher Robertson
A report from the Local Government Ombudsman says that children with special educational needs and their families must be treated fairly and receive the support to which they are entitled. Colin Smith highlights case studies to help SENCOs become more knowledgeable about the legal rights of pupils and parents

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