Efficacy of the EHCP annual review – how do we check if a plan is delivering the goods?
The EHCP annual review is the measure to agree how well a plan is delivering in terms of meeting pupil needs, provision and outcomes.
Jane Friswell explores how to manage annual reviews effectively and be confident in setting high expectations, delivering outcomes-focused support and greater levels of personalised progress for pupils.
3 takeaways from Jane’s training session
– Identify the key features of a good quality EHCP –
– Identify the key features of good annual review practice –
– Identify and apply some good practice measures of how well an EHCP delivers on outcomes for pupils –
This session is aimed at LA SEND case workers, LA Heads of SEND, SENCOs, Headteachers, SEN Governors and Parents & Carers of Young People with an EHCP.
Watch this preview of Jane’s presentation…
Jane received great feedback on her LIVE broadcast
This session was originally presented live at one of our online Virtual SEND Conferences.
“I liked the clear speaking and the information and links Jane shared during her session. She also answered questions, which were useful and targeted.”
Susan Steggles – JFK Special School
“Presentation style engaged us and explained the process and good practice to deliver a successful Annual Review, which confirmed our belief that we are doing it right.”
Lorraine Wilson, Head Teacher – Kingfisher School
About the Creator
Jane Friswell / Educational Consultant
Jane Friswell is a former SEN Head Teacher, with significant leadership experience in LA SEN Support advisory roles and as Chief Executive at nasen. Jane is now Director of Jane Friswell SEND Consultancy. An innovative support agency for those working in SEND that specialises in leading effective strategic review of provision for children and young people with SEND. It commissions co-productively with young people with additional needs to effect improvement at local level. Jane has a wealth of experience and successful SEND and School Improvement leadership of national and international projects. This includes government policy advisory support and developing training and education services for teachers, SENCOs, senior leaders and governors. As well as LA SEND Peer Challenge and Sufficiency Review, and school inspection, Jane also provides advisory support for children and young people’s mental health.
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