SEND Review: Right support, Right place, Right time

The SEND and alternative provision (AP) green paper sets out the government’s proposals for a system that offers children and young people access to the right support, in the right place, and at the right time, so they can fulfil their potential and lead happy, healthy and productive adult lives.

Children, young people and their families as well as those that support them across the SEND and AP system are encouraged to reflect on the proposals and respond to the consultation by Friday 22 July 2022.

Between now and 22 July, nasen will be gathering views and experiences from our members to help us ensure that our response represents the voice of our membership.

You can register for our zoom members' consultations below and you can also share your views through our online form.

Your individual response is important!

We strongly encourage you to submit an individual response in addition to any response you make through us, particularly in relation to the questions about which you feel most strongly. This is because each response is counted as a single response, whether it represents one person or 1,000 people, so volume really matters.

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Useful documents

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SEND Review Consultation Questions

  • General
  • 05 May 2022
nasen responds

nasen has listed the twenty two questions contained in the consultation.

SEND Review Summary

  • General
  • 11 Apr 2022
nasen responds

nasen has summarised the key points for you to keep you up to date and inform you of how you can respond to the Green Paper and the time period in which you have to do so. 

Watch a short video about the SEND review

nasen CEO and Chair of WholeSchoolSEND Annamarie Hassall MBE gives a quote about send review ["we must get this right for children and young people with send"]