Consultation Outcome

Options for implementing the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill

This consultation ended 192 days ago.

Details of outcome

Summary of responses
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Annex B: responses
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Summary of outcome 

The summary of responses is now available

Original consultation

Summary 
We want your views on how best to implement the new Additional Learning Needs system.
Consultation period 
This consultation ran from 27 February 2017 to 9 June 2017
Consultation launched 27 February 2017

Documents

Consultation document
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Consultation description 

The Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Bill will create a single, unified framework for supporting learners with additional learning needs. The current range of statutory and non-statutory learning plans will be replaced by individual development plans (IDPs). This will ensure that provision and rights are protected regardless of the severity or complexity of needs.

We are consulting on options for how the bill is implemented.

Help and support 

For more information about this consultation e-mail: SENReforms@wales.gsi.gov.uk