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Summary

  • 56% of children/young people in the sample have an EHCP. This has fallen from 2021’s sample where 68% had an EHCP
  • Only 26% of the children/young people in the school census data have an EHCP (25% in the 2021 census data). This difference may be explained by the census data including pupils with ‘SEN support but no specialist assessment of type of need’
  • Children/young people with communication and interaction, or social, emotional or mental health needs are least likely to have an EHCP

Does your child/young person have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP)?

Base: Total sample of children/young people 2023 (443) | 2021 (739) |

This chart shows that:
50% of the 2023 sample have started planning progression from school to post-16 education and training with their child or young person whereas 50% had not.
34% of the 2021 sample have started planning progression from school to post-16 education and training with their child or young person whereas 66% had not.
33% of respondents whose child or young person is aged between 13 -15 years have started planning progression from school to post-16 education and training with their child or young person whereas 67% had not.
84% of respondents whose child or young person is aged over 16 years old have started planning progression from school to post-16 education and training with their child or young person whereas 16% had not.

Does your child/young person have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) - by SEND need

Base (2023 sample): Physical (63) | Learning (214) | Vision/hearing (30*) Communication and interaction (353) | Social, emotional or mental health (308) | *caution low base

This chart shows that:
37% of SEND young people in the 2023 sample have received support or impartial careers guidance to help them look at the options available whereas 63% have not.
29% of SEND young people in the 2021 sample had received support or impartial careers guidance to help them look at the options available whereas 71% had not.
27% of SEND young people 13 to 15 years old have received support and or impartial careers guidance to help them look at the options available whereas 73% have not.
57% of SEND young people 16 to 18 years old have received support and or impartial careers guidance to help them look at the options available whereas 43% have not.
32% of SEND young people over 19 years old have received support and or impartial careers guidance to help them look at the options available whereas 68% have not.