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Contact a family have produced an in depth guide to help with the completion of Disability Living Allowance Paperwork.
The Department for Education (DfE) has today (4 Jan 2013)issued new guidance on the provision of education for children & young people with health needs.
An information booklet from Milton Keynes Council giving information and answering some frequently asked questions about dyslexia.
The Special Educational Needs & Disability Tribunal changed the way in which they work on 3rd November 2008. This is the new guidance for parents wishing to make an appeal against an SEN decision made by the Local Authority. It also contains the forms that need to be completed to make an appeal.
Information for parents and carers. This document outlines the way in which places are allocated depending upon the type of school, e.g. community and voluntary controlled, voluntary aided, foundation or academies.
Milton Keynes Dyslexia Policy was first developed over a period of two years by a working party of psychologists from the Educational Psychology Service (EPS) and SEN advisory teachers from the Special Educational Needs and Disability Inclusion Service (SENDIS). The process included consultation with the Advisers for English and for Special Educational Needs, discussions with special educational needs co-ordinators (SENCOs) and head teachers, and meeting local parents and the Milton Keynes Dyslexia Association. Members of the working party also discussed the policy with officers and members of the Local Authority (LA) and with colleagues in the Health Service.
29 kbMilton Keynes primary and secondary in year admissions incorporating the Fair Access Protocol - Guidance
This document sets out the arrangements agreed for primary and secondary age children, including the council's Fair Access Protocol for vulnerable groups.
The review of special educational needs processes, procedures and provision has now finished, and the report has been published.
A booklet produced by the Admissions Team of Milton Keynes Council. Contains all the admissions information: general information on types of schools, school details, admissions procedures, admissions timeline, how to apply for a school, allocations and appeals, transport etc.
A booklet produced by the Admissions Team of Milton Keynes Council and issued to all Year 6 pupils in September of that year. Contains all the admissions information: general information on types of schools, school details, admissions procedures, admissions timeline, how to apply for a school, allocations and appeals, transport etc.
Frequently asked questions answered regarding the statutory assessment process from start to finish.