SEN Support: What works?
The DfE commissioned ASK Research to investigate what effective SEN Support looks like in schools and colleges. Coventry University were commissioned to carry out a rapid evidence review on the same topic. A toolkit was then developed pulling these findings together in a toolkit for school and college practitioners and a summary for leaders.
Delivering EHC Plans
The Department for Education commissioned ASK Research to carry out qualitative research to support local authorities to maximise service satisfaction of those seeking Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans. The research examined the different stages of the EHC process, developed a detailed understanding of local service provision at each stage and identified drivers of users' satisfaction and practical service improvements.
View all the outputs at: www.ehcpjourneys.com
In collaboration with the Learning & Work Institute and Essex County Council we will be supporting the development of traineeships for learners with SEND, to increase the take-up of supported post-16 vocational provision.
Has anyone thought to include me?
Fathers' perceptions of having a deaf child and the services that support them. This report made several recommendations about how multiagency services should address the needs of dads, which may often differ from those of mums.