Special educational needs
The return to school for all pupils in the autumn term
The government announced that all pupils, in all year groups would return to full-time education at the beginning of the autumn term. They published guidance to support all schools, including mainstream and alternative provision, which applied to primary, secondary, infant, junior, school-based nurseries and boarding schools.
Guidance for the full opening of special schools and other specialist settings This sets out the actions special education leaders should take to minimise the risk of transmission in their setting and the additional or different considerations for special educational settings compared to mainstream. The guidance includes school operations, curriculum, behaviour and pastoral support, assessment and accountability and contingency planning to provide continuity of education in the case of a local outbreak.
Additional information on the return to specialist educational settings for children and young people in Bromley is also available from the Local Offer SendMatters: Coronavirus (COVID-19) pages..
Pages in: Special educational needs
- Assessing a child or young person for special educational needs (SEN) or disabilities
- Disabilities and learning needs choosing a school or college
- Education for children and young people with medical needs
- Education health and care (EHC) plans
- Education, health and care (EHC) plans - unhappy with our decision?