Special Needs Jungle: Legal victory for Bristol parents against SEND cuts – what does it mean for other areas?

8 August 2018
Source: Special Need Jungle

Last Friday (03/08/18), the High Court handed down a judgment with far-reaching implications for families of children & young people with SEND. Here’s what the case was about, what it might mean and why you should now consider doing the same if your area is making deep cuts to SEND. Parents fight back to protect their disabled children’s education Using

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RNIB Survey of children, young people and parents

12 July 2018
Source: RNIB

Tell the RNIB your experiences of education   Getting a good start in life is fundamental to helping you achieve what you want in life and to fulfil your potential. And part of this ‘good start’ is having access to a good education. For many blind and partially sighted children and young people, getting access to education is not always

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PHE Screening Blog: A vision for vision screening

25 May 2016
Source: Public Health England

Anne Mackie, 17 May 2016 — School entry screening I was talking to a colleague the other day and he told me how his 4 year old son was diagnosed with a severe visual impairment in both eyes as a result of the child vision screen during his reception year at school. Neither he nor his partner had any idea

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