SEND and AP provision review: Have your say

Have your say on the Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) and Alternative Provision (AP) system proposals in England. Share your views by Friday 1 July 2022.
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The Government’s SEND and alternative provision green paper (published Tuesday 29 March), sets out its vision for a single, national SEND and alternative provision (AP) system that will introduce new standards in the quality of support given to children across education, health and care.

With the aims of:

  • creating a single, national SEND and alternative provision system
  • providing excellent provision from early years to adulthood
  • introducing a reformed and integrated role for alternative provision, for children who can’t attend mainstream school, whether for behavioural, health or other needs
  • reforming system roles, funding and accountability
"I want to make sure everyone knows what to expect when to expect it and where the support should come from. I know there are strongly held views and I want to hear from as many parents, teachers and children with experience of the system so they can help shape a future policy that works for them."
— The Rt Hon Nadhim Zahawi MP, Secretary of State for Education

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