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The SEND Code of Practice 0-25 Years
Policy, Provision and Practice



© 2015 | 144 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Considering it for your course reading list? Lecturers can order their e-inspection copy here today! 

How have you found the changes brought about by the new SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years (2014)? 

This book is the ultimate guide to making sure that you are not only meeting the requirements, but are improving outcomes for children and young people as well.

Written for all professionals working in the field, it covers:

·         The broader Children and Families Act (2014)

·         The role of the local authority

·         Guidance on all the key changes that school leaders, SENCO's, and staff are concerned about

·         Case studies of settings across the 0-25 age range, including maintained schools, academies, free schools, and specialist and alternative provision.

Whether you work in education, health, or social care, or are training to do so, this book will genuinely improve your provision and practice for children and young people with SEND.

 
PART ONE: Policy
 
How the SEN Framework Changed
 
The Implications of the Children and Families Act (2014)
 
The SEND Code of Practice: 0-25 years (2014)
 
PART TWO: Provision
 
Newer Patterns of Provision for SEN
 
Local Authorities Working With Schools to Increase Provision
 
Provision Across the Services and up to 25 Years
 
PART THREE: Practice
 
Meeting SEN in Mainstream
 
Meeting SEN in Specialist and Alternative Provision
 
Developing the Workforce
 
CONCLUSIONS

There are a number of case studies to illustrate points and chapters include references to further reading that are detailed and supportive. This is a useful  resource for all professionals working in the field. It is well-written and informative, and successfully meets the needs of multi-disciplinary teams.

Mary Mountstephen
SEN Magazine

This book is highly recommended to anyone who is studying or working within SEND. The chapters are clearly laid out with each chapter offering further reading to support the reader's knowledge. The case studies allow legislation into context and would support module delivery.

Miss Michelle Bramley
School of Social Sciences, Nottingham Trent University
February 15, 2019

This book acts as supplementary underpinning for practitioners of SEN/High needs withing our PGCE programmes.

Mr Geoffrey Martin Hughes
Teacher Education, Leicester College
October 25, 2016

This book is so worth a read. Information is clear and very useful to students exploring SEND and the code of practice.

Mrs Alicia James
Community Studies, Truro & Penwith College
September 16, 2016

Relevant, current information on legislation related to SEN. Useful case studies and activities related to provision and practice.

Mrs Lorna Hughes
Faculty of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University
September 13, 2016

Excellent resource for the unit Supporting Learners with Diverse Needs

Mrs Ruth Livingstone
Higher Education, Macclesfield College
February 10, 2016

Extremley relevant for meeting module outcomes.

Mrs Sandra Dumitrescu
Cardiff School of Education, Cardiff Metropolitan University
October 1, 2015

The book content fits well with the concept and content of our Specialist Teacher Module

Mr Andrew Whittle
Faculty Of Education, Edge Hill University
September 21, 2015

A supplementary text, useful for students studying on our Contemporary Issues in Education module.

Ms Lis Bundock
Education, University of Brighton
September 10, 2015

I will recommend this book as a useful guide giving background information to the new SEN legislation. I contains a lot of useful information and discussion around all aspects of the new act.

Dr Austin Griffiths
Division of Youth & Community, De Montfort University
September 7, 2015

Sample Materials & Chapters

The SEND Code of Practice 0-25 Years: How the SEN Framework Changed


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Rona Tutt

Dr Rona Tutt OBE   has taught pupils of all ages in state and independent, day and residential, mainstream and special schools. She has been a winner of the Leadership in Teaching Award, received an Outstanding Reviewer Award for her work on the International Journal of Educational Management and an OBE for her services to special needs education. She is a Past President of the National Association of Head Teachers (NAHT) and continues to be involved in their work, particularly in the field of SEND.   Since moving on from headship, Rona she has been in constant demand as a speaker, reviewer, writer and judge.  She has been... More About Author

Paul Williams

Paul Williams   was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, but has been a resident of London since becoming a teacher in 1973 and working in Inner London comprehensive schools until 1987. He was an advisory teacher with ILEA until 1989, after which he was a deputy head until 1992. He has been a head teacher since 1992 of two London special schools – most recently in Harrow. Paul is a national leader of education (NLE) and his school is a national support school (NSS). He is chair of the Harrow’s Alternative Provision Governing Body and vice-chair of Harrow Mencap.   Paul has been a member of NAHT’s National Executive since 2006 and... More About Author