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    Max Fishel

    Last Wednesday, 27 June, saw the launch in London of the above, which is a national resource aimed at governing bodies enabling them to systematically audit SEND provision in their school and develop plans to improve this where necessary. There was powerful first-hand testimony from two parents of children with various diagnoses (PD in one case),¬† who had become governors and were instrumental in driving forward the level and quality of provision in their children’s respective schools. Both of these colleagues now have a national remit in this respect.

    All the information, and the Review document itself is here:

    The Driver Youth Trust, who lead on this project, and have DfE funding for this, are keen that as many governing bodies as possible carry out this review; pdnet colleagues may therefore be able to bring this to the attention of the appropriate person in schools when visiting. It may well be that a school using the PD National Standards would find it particularly helpful to do both.


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