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Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by hanalderson, Sep 7, 2015.

  1. Hi,

    I am currently writing an EHC plan and I am struggling with the assess-plan-do-review section. I have no idea what this should include, look like or how it should be set out.

    I have contacted my LA and they were no help.

    Has anyone got a proforma or template of one which may help?

    Many thanks x
  2. Wotton

    Wotton Lead commenter

    surely this is what you have already done with the child. You assess,plan what to do based on the assessment,implement the intervention, then after the agreed period of the intervention check on progress. Do you not have copies of what has been put in place for the child. So now you need to put into the EHC plan what you assessed the child at currently and what you plan to do etc. If previous interventions haven't worked then I would assume that the assess etc in the plan can only be carried out with additional/specialist support.

    In my LA we can't apply for a EHC plan unless we have had a cycle of My Plans and My Plan Plus (a bit like the old School Action and School Action + but more detailed).

    Well this is what I think you do but I haven't actually had to fill in a plan yet. so I could be completely wrong.

    Have you looked on nasen they may have more guidance.
  3. Wotton

    Wotton Lead commenter

    Also try the ipsea web site. It appears that there isn't a fixed format for the EHC and each LA can develop their own. ipsea have a check list of what the plan must contain.
  4. lorrainep1957

    lorrainep1957 New commenter

    Hi I am no sure why you are writing an EHC Plan - it is the local authority duty to do this - are you writing the school advice that will contribute towards the plan? If so you should already have all the evidence of what you have already done as part of the graduated approach - assess, plan, do review. The SEND Code of Practice in sections 6.44 - 6.56 sets out what each of these stages means.
  5. languageisheartosay

    languageisheartosay Occasional commenter

    There are some images of formats online but reading the Wikipedia entry for HighScope is an interesting way to think about any plan-do-review effort.

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