Plan to scrap SEN statements

26th November 2010 at 00:00

Special educational needs (SEN) statements could be scrapped and replaced by an individual development plan for all students up to the age of 25. The measure is one of a series of proposals being considered by the Assembly government to improve planning, and smooth the transition for students over the age of 16 who have additional learning needs.

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