EHC plan definition

EHC plan means an Education, Health and Care plan made under sections 37(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014.
EHC plan means an education, health and care plan made under section 37 of the Children and Families Xxx 0000. The Children and Families Xxx 0000 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with SEN, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably, and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Academy Trust must admit the pupil if such a determination is pending. The Secretary of State’s determination as to whether the LA acted unreasonably will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a pupil (who is over compulsory school age) or parent of the pupil may have to the First- tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber. Schedule 4 Supplemental Funding Agreement for Oakley Primary Academy Mainstream academy and free school: supplemental funding agreement December 2020 v7
EHC plan means a plan within section 37(2) of the Children and Families Act 2014 (education, health and care plans);

Examples of EHC plan in a sentence

  • EHC plans are replacing statements of SEN but although all statements of SEN should have been converted to an EHC plan by the 1 April 2018 this clause is retained to protect pupils who still have a statement of special education need after this date.


More Definitions of EHC plan

EHC plan means an Education, Health and Care plan made under sections 37 to 40 of the Children and Families Act 2014. Except as set out in clause 10 below, the Children and Families Act 2014 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with special educational needs, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably, and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Secretary of State’s determination will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a parent of the child may have to the First Tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber.
EHC plan means an education, health and care plan made under section 37 of the Children and Families Xxx 0000. The Children and Families Xxx 0000 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with SEN, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably, and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Academy Trust must admit the pupil if such a determination is pending. The Secretary of State’s determination as to whether the LA acted unreasonably will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a pupil (who is over compulsory school age) or parent of the pupil may have to the First- tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber. Schedule 3 Supplemental Funding Agreement for Xxxxxxx Primary Academy Mainstream academy and free school: supplemental funding agreement December 2020 v7 Xxxxxxx Primary Academy Contents Information about the Academy: 4
EHC plan means an "education, health and care plan" setting out a child or Young Person's special education, health and care needs. It will include clear outcomes for the Young Person and the resources a child or Young Person needs to meet those outcomes. Resources could include financial resource, staff time and/or special equipment; The Children and Families Bill replaces Statements of SEN and LDAs with EHC Plans. These reforms will be implemented in a phased way from September 2014; The SEN Code of Practice is being revised and a new 0-25 code of practice will come into force from 1 September 2014;
EHC plan means an Education, Health and Care Plan made under sections 37 to 40 of the Children and Families Act 2014. Except as set out in clause 10 below, the Children and Families Act 2014 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with special educational needs, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Secretary of State’s determination will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a parent of the child may have to the First Tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber.
EHC plan means a plan within section 37(2); 35
EHC plan means an Education, Health and Care plan made under section 37 of the Children and Families Act 2014. The Children and Families Act 2014 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with XXX, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably, and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Academy Trust must admit the pupil if such a determination is pending. The Secretary of State’s determination as to whether the LA acted unreasonably will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a parent of the pupil or the pupil (if over compulsory school age) may have to the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber. ANNEX B - PROCESS FOR REMOVAL OF SELECTION AT CHELMSFORD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS Whereas the joint intention of the parties to this agreement through this Annex is to provide for the removal of selective admission arrangements by the Academy Trust and to replicate provisions in relation to group ballots as would have applied to the maintained school prior to this agreement, it is hereby agreed: This annex applies to the Academy which, prior to its entering into Academy arrangements with the Secretary of State under section 1 of the Academies Act 2010, was designated as a grammar school2- and was part of a prescribed group of grammar schools (“prescribed group”) as set out in Schedule 2 to the Education (Grammar School Ballots) Regulations 19983. This Academy is in a prescribed group for the purposes of this Annex with XXXX XXXXXX VI GRAMMAR SCHOOL, CHELMSFORD (formerly known as Xxxx Xxxxxx XX Grammar School (GM)). Proposals by the Academy Trust to remove selection
EHC plan means an Education, Health and Care plan made under section 37 of the Children and Families Act 2014. The Children and Families Act 2014 imposes duties directly on Academies in respect of pupils with XXX, including the admission of pupils with EHC plans. If an Academy Trust considers that a LA should not have named the Academy in an EHC plan, it may ask the Secretary of State to determine whether the LA has acted unreasonably, and to make an order directing the LA to reconsider. The Academy Trust must admit the pupil if such a determination is pending. The Secretary of State’s determination as to whether the LA acted unreasonably will be final, subject to any right of appeal which a parent of the pupil or the pupil (if over compulsory school age) may have to the First-tier Tribunal (Special Educational Needs and Disability) or the Upper Tribunal Administrative Appeals Chamber.