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Building Communities of Specialist Provision for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities in Lincolnshire. Consultation begins on 8th January and runs until 14th March 2018. You can find out more details by going to www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/SENDcommunities

To view the SEND Strategy summary click here

Click here to view New Vision for SEND Provision Handbook

 

 

Lincolnshire's proposed Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Strategy "Building Communities of Specialist Provision" has been collaboratively produced with all Special School Leaders, Lincolnshire County Council (LCC) and the Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum to support the development of an integrated and sustainable school system where pupils can attend their nearest school, confident that their education and health needs can be fully met. In order to ensure this vision can be achieved, it will be necessary to make significant changes to the existing special education system. All Special Schools (with the exception of Mayflower Specialist Academy Trust who designation is currently All Needs) will be required to change the need catered for to All Needs. Some schools will also be requesting to expand as the strategy seeks to increase Special School places by 570.

All Academy Trusts with Special Schools impacted by the proposed strategy have provided their full commitment to the vision for SEND and have submitted their business cases requesting approval to make the required changes.

The proposal for The John Fielding School is to re-locate in to a purpose built new build special school within the Boston Town area.