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The annual review is the statutory process of looking at the needs and provision specified in an EHC Plan, and deciding whether these need to change. The first review of the EHC plan must be held within 12 months of the EHC plan being finalised.…
** Please see downloads for changes due to coronavirus (Covid-19). ** This page tells you what to do if you disagree with a decision that has been made about your / your child’s Education, Health and Care (EHC) needs, assessment or issue of an EHC…
There are lots of options when it comes to choosing equipment to help you be independent in your own home. Some of these options are listed below. You can also contact Rutland County Council's Housing Options Team to discuss your options in further detail.
Rutland County Council answer some coronavirus- and education-related questions asked via Rutland Parent Carer Voice.
Rutland County Council's website has information to help you if you're struggling due to sudden financial hardship, for example damage caused by a flood or fire, or if you need help to leave a violent relationship.
Rutland County Council answer some FAQs about SEND services for children and young people in Rutland. FAQs relating specifically to the coronavirus and education can be found here.
This page answers some frequently asked questions carers may have about the support available to them.
Here you will find information about transport and other services available to help you get and about in around Rutland including: school transport for those with or without a statement or Education, Health and Care plan Information about specialised transport support with travel costs support available to young people for independent travel travel arrangements to support young people to access further education
Technology is becoming increasingly popular to help people be as independent as possible. Listed below is a variety of apps and gadgets that can help with using devices and staying safe.
Where a pupil is identified as having SEND, schools should take action to remove barriers to learning and put effective special educational provision in place.The vast majority of children and young people with special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) are supported in local mainstream schools. …