SEND Provision in Oxfordshire is being reinspected and parent carers are invited to take part
14th - 16th OCTOBER 2019
How to make your voice heard:
Parent Carers and Young People with SEND can fill in an online survey connected to this re Inspection. Your feedback is invaluable.
OPENS: 7th OCTOBER 12 noon
CLOSES: 11th OCTOBER 12 noon
MEET THE INSPECTORS -
Feedback session to discuss the following points:
*EHCP’s (Timeliness and Quality)
*Exclusions (Mainstream Secondary and those with Social, Emotional and Mental Health issues)
*Access to Health services (i.e CAMHS)
MONDAY 14th OCTOBER
6pm - 7pm
WESLEY MEMORIAL CHURCH HALL
New Inn Hall St
Oxford, OX1 2DH
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AND BEFORE -
Between 25 and 29 September 2017, Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) jointly inspected the effectiveness of Oxfordshire’s approach to implementing the special educational needs and disability (SEND) reforms as set out in the Children and Families Act 2014.
As a result of the inspection findings, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector (HMCI) determined that a Written Statement of Action is required to address five areas of significant weakness in Oxfordshire’s practice:
A. the lack of clearly understood and effective lines of accountability for the implementation of the reforms.
B. the quality and rigour of self-evaluation and monitoring and the limited effect it has had on driving and securing improvement.
C. the quality of Education, Health and Care Plans.
D. the timeliness of the completion of Education, Health and Care Plans.
E. the high level of fixed term exclusion of pupils in mainstream secondary schools who have special educational needs and social, emotional and mental health needs in particular.