Services for children

Ealing SEND and inclusion strategy 2018-22

We are delighted to introduce Ealing’s strategy for SEND (special educational needs and disability) provision and inclusion 2018-22. It sets out our medium to longer term vision and strategy to leading and implementing change for children and young people with SEND, building on what we have achieved since reforms were introduced.

This strategy has been approved by the multi-agency SEND executive board that was set up by the council, the CCG and our partners in 2014 to improve the services for children and young people with SEND.

At the heart of the strategy lie the needs of children, young people, parents and carers. The strategy has been shaped by their views as they were expressed to us in surveys conducted in 2017 and early 2018.

We have set out our vision of what we seek to achieve, our mission stating how to do this and the strategy, which outlines the actions we will take to achieve this. A key feature of the mission is a commitment to work in partnership to achieve the high-quality provision to which Ealing’s children, young people and their families are entitled.

If you have any queries or comments on the strategy, please email headofcwd@ealing.gov.uk

You can download the full strategy document and the action plans below:

ELP SEND and inclusion committee

Related policies are available on the ELP SEND and inclusion committee area (login required) www.egfl.org.uk/ELP-SEND

ELP SEND dashboard and impact evaluation (EGfL login required)

Ealing SEND executive board high level benchmarking analysis

This high level benchmarking analysis is a starting point to measure and understand Ealing’s current position, based on a set of assumptions about inclusion which can be compared with the national/regional context. (EGfL login required)

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Last updated: 18 Oct 2021