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Funding for children with special education needs in mainstream school
   Back to First Page   How are schools funded?

Who is responsible for ensuring that children's special education needs (SEN) are met?Meeting around table
Bullet Point The school's Governing Body has a legal duty to do their best to make sure that pupils with SEN get what they need.
(Code of Practice of Special Educational Needs 1.16)
Bullet Point The headteacher is responsible for the day to day management of all areas of the school's work. This includes support for children with SEN. The headteacher will keep the Governing Body fully informed.
(Code of Practice of Special Educational Needs 1.39)
Bullet Point The Local Authority shares out money to schools so that they can support children with SEN. The Local Authority also helps schools through the support services (specialists from education and health) and has responsibility for children with statements.