Library

Some key documents kept in our archive for reference are linked below:

New documents are anticipated associated with the development of the National Curriculum Reforms. Current information can be found at https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/standard/publicationDetail/Page1/DFE-00135-2011

Govt Response to Laming

This is the response of the Govt to the Laming Enquiry

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SEN Code of Practice

 
This is the code of practice for Special Educational Needs.

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The Green Paper of March 2011

 

Support and Aspiration: A new approach to Special Educational Needs and Disability

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Support and Aspiration: A new approach to SENDAC. Progress and next steps

 
Published in in May 2012 this is the response to the consultation on the Green Paper - Support and Aspiration.

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Removing Barriers to Achievement

 
Finding ways of measuring achievement for those with Special Educational Needs

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Inclusion: does it matter where pupils are taught?

 
An investigation of achievement in different settings for pupils with Special educational Needs.

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​National Standards for School Improvement Professionals

 

A document to support the professional development of those engaged in School Improvement

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Preventing and Tackling Bullying

 
A summary of guidance given to school governors and managers

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SENCO Regulations

 
A paper showing the requirements governors should pay heed to when appointing SENCOs

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Every Child Matters

 
A Green Paper of 2003 setting out measures to improve the care for children following Lord Lamming's enquiry into the death of Victoria Climbie'

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Equality Act 210, Draft Code of Practice for Schools

 
This paper was distributed for consultation in 2011 and provides examples of reasonable adjustments which could be made by schools to promote access for pupils with disabilities.

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Rose Report on Dyslexia

 
Published in 2009 this was an independent report for the Secretary of State.

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