SPECIAL EDUCATION NEEDS & DISABILITY

Who we are

 The South East region SEND network (self-named 'SE19' after our membership) is set up to support service development and provision for children and young people in line with the 2014 Children and Families Act.

We include all stakeholders: education, health, social care, parent carers and young people.

We operate through peer support as well as running regional events, workshops and training on topics which are identified throughour regional Steering Group, members of the network and national bodies. 

Governance is through the SE19 Steering Group, chaired by Steve Crocker (DCS Hampshire). Membership is made up of Local Authority SEND Leads together with representation from National Network of Parent Carer Forums and NHS England (South East).

Check out below for latest  SEND news.

For more details please contact Tracey Maytas.

SE19 meetings, events & workstreams

Steering Group Meetings

26 June 2018

30 January 2018

4th October 2017

Events

Calendar of planned events

Workstreams

To follow

  

SEND news

9 November 2018: CQC and Ofsted announced framework for revisits to local areas with Written Statement of Action

17 September 2018: SEND Single Route of Redress National Trial

 

SE19 inspection updates

The Government has published Local area SEND inspection outcome letters for the following local authorities in the SE region:

Brighton and Hove; East Sussex; Medway; Oxfordshire; Southampton; Surrey; West Berkshire; West SussexWindsor and Maidenhead

Ofsted and Care Quality Commission inspect local areas’ effectiveness in identifying and meeting the needs of children and young people who have special educational needs and/or disabilities. 

Read more about these inspections in the inspection framework and handbook. There is also information about these inspections for families.