Golden Binder - Needs Assessment, Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCP) processes, guidance, forms and templates
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019   ↵ Golden Binder Update October 2018 The following forms/templates have been updated and are available to download below. Please ensure that these versions are used from this point onwards. Below is a description of what has changed in each form: Annual Review Form (AR1) Wording - removed all references of "statement" 
Early Years and Childcare
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019 ​ A resource has been created by SEND Family voices working with AfC and representatives from Health, Social Care, Schools, Early Years and Post 16 to create a complete set of guidance documents relating to “Support for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)”. The resource is nicknamed the “Golden Binder”.
Assessment and Education, Health and Care Planning
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019 SEN support in schools ​The majority of children and young people with SEN or disabilities will have their needs met within local mainstream early years’ settings, schools or colleges through the resources delegated to them by SEN Support funding. SEN Support:
Post-16 Education
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019 The pages in this section contain information about Post 16 education options, information about support in further and higher education and adult education options. The pages also contain information about how Post 16 education is funded, future plans and overviews.  Information about support into employment is contained on the "Preparing for Adulthood and Employment" section of this website.
Swimming
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019 Achieving for Children (AfC) is excited to offer some new block swimming lessons opportunities. These block lessons are available during October half term for 5 days from Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October. Each session will last for 30 minutes and be on Monday to Friday every day at the same time. There is no cost to attend these sessions.
SEN Support and Early Intervention in Education
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 16 January 2019 About SEN Support ​The majority of children and young people with SEN or disabilities will have their needs met within local mainstream early years’ settings, schools or colleges through the resources delegated to them by SEN Support funding. SEN Support:
You said, we did - May 2018
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019   ↵ Feedback about the look, feel and functionality of the Local Offer website You said: This is like a draft website. Where is the comprehensive site I'm used to? We did: This refers to the relaunch of the SEND Local Offer as part of the AfCinfo website.
Help available in schools
SEND Local Offer Last Updated: 07 January 2019 All schools are required to publish information about support they offer to children and young people with SEND in their school. This is called the SEND information report, or school SEND local offer, and should be clearly visible or signposted on the school website, or available on request.