SENDIAS Webinars

SENDIAS Webinars

Once you have listened to our webinar recordings, we would really appreciate it if you would download the evaluation form (below), complete it and email back to us at: send.ias@westsussex.gov.uk. Thank you.

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Exclusions Webinar

This webinar looks at schools exclusions – a guide to the law and responsibilities for everyone. It is 33.40 minutes long. Recorded in January 2020.

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SEN Support in Schools

This webinar explores how pupils with special educational needs and/disabilities (SEND) are supported in schools. It is 27.17 minutes long. Recorded in Feb 2020.

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EHCNA Webinar

This webinar is about the Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment (EHCNA) criteria and how to request for one. It is 26.16 minutes long. Recorded in Feb 2020.

Additional documents related to the EHCNA Webinar:

We were asked a question in the EHCNA webinar: Where can I find the Statutory Guidance on criteria when the Local Authority make a decision whether to carry out an EHC Needs Assessment? This can be found in Chapter 36 (8) in The Children’s and Families Act 2014: Part 3


Introduction to Options after Year 11

This webinar covers the options available in post school education and training, and how you can support your son or daughter to find their voice. For more helpful, related resources please click here and view our Blog on this subject.


SENDIAS Service Webinar – Who We Are and What We Do

The SENDIAS Service delivered a live webinar in November 2017 that explained who we are, and how we can support parent carers, the young people themselves and also professionals. Please have a look at the recording of this webinar here and let us know what you think at: send.ias@westsussex.gov.uk