SEND and AP Green Paper

30/03/2022

The Government’s SEND and alternative provision green paper, published today (Tuesday 29 March), sets out its vision for a single, national SEND and alternative provision (AP) system that will introduce new standards in the quality of support given to children across education, health and social care. You can access a copy of the Green Paper on gov.uk: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/send-review-right-support-right-place-right-time 

The green paper is open to public consultation, and you can fill in a survey to provide your feedback here: https://consult.education.gov.uk/send-review-division/send-review-2022/

The consutation period ends on the 1st July 2022.

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