A statutory assessment is a process where information is collected from the parents, child/ or young person and professionals. This then allows us to gain a clear picture of the education, health and care needs of the child / or young person.
A request for statutory assessment can be made by a parent, young person or requested by a child's or young person’s education setting (school, early years setting or college) by downloading and completing the request form.19352,19353,31654,31655,31656,31657,22445,22444,33016,33017
Parental request for the local authority to consider a statutory assessment of special educational needs
Young persons request for the local authority to consider a statutory assessment of special educational needs
Request from Early Years setting for the LA to consider statutory assessment
Guidance on completing the Early Years settings RSA/AppB form.
Request from educational setting for the LA to consider statutory assessment
Guidance on completing the Educational settings RSA/AppB form.
Views of the child / young person for EHC assessement.
EHC Needs Assessment form for Parental Advice
Guidance notes for completing the One Page Profile form
There is a guidance document available to assist parents and guardians with this process.19347,19348,26186,7924
Information on guidance criteria for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
SEN Information for parents
Advice from educational setting for EHC assessment.
This is a quick guide for families who are interested in finding out more about the Personal Budgets for Special Educational Needs (SEN)
Information on the fundamental person-centred thinking skill
Information on relationship circle which can be used as a visual summary of who is important in the pupils life.
Information on this person-centred thinking tool
Information on developing outcomes and actions
Other Template Worksheets
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- Find a school
- School term dates
- Apply for a school place
- Free school meals
- Special educational needs and disability (SEND)
- Free school transport
- Information for schools
- Adult learning
- Complain about a school
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- School governors
- Home Education
- School Improvement
- Torbay Virtual School