Many looked after children have special education needs. It is a requirement that the PEP records if a child has special educational needs. There are two areas in the PEP to record basic SEN details. The first is for children who have SEN but do not have an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHC plan). The second is for those children who do have an EHC plan.
Although the specific details of support and interventions are not directly recorded in the PEP, relevant documentation can be added to the PEP. This means that professional such as social workers independent reviewing officers can easily access saved, reports and plans, such as Individual Education Plans or EHC plans.
This stops duplication, saves time and makes ePEP a valuable overarching program that captures the essential details of an individual child’s special educational needs.
Gloucestershire county council in partnership with Widget Sign and Speak have recently completed our new special educational needs section. This new area allows children to view and interact with language symbols they are familiar with to communicate with professionals.
EPEP tracks individual or group progress of completed PEPs and provides transparency with uncompleted PEPs by reporting back to administrators, managers to ensure progress is made when necessary. The system flags generated reports holistically for the authority and can be broken down to individual performance. Individual reports and graphs can be tailor-made to suit the requirements of each authority.
Holistically providing live data to the attention of the virtual school.
ePEP Special Education Needs (SEN)
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