This consultation closed on 27 April 2018 and the results are available to view.
Improving facilities for children with SEND
We applied for funding from the government's Special Provision Capital Fund to improve the quality of educational facilities for children and young people with education, health and care plans (EHC) for special educational needs and disabilities (SEND,).
We met with schools to discuss where and how best to invest Herefordshire's allocation from the fund to improve SEND provision and the projects we listed in our initial DfE template were the outcome of these discussions.
We then asked parents and carers of children and young people with SEND and other stakeholders for views on our proposed projects.
Results and outcomes
Summary of responses to consultation - May 2018
We used the results and feedback from this consultation to decide priorities and which project will benefit from this fund. Brookfield Special School for children and young people with social, emotional and mental health needs was selected. The governance documents are:
- Cabinet paper for special provision capital funds for SEND March 2018
- Record of officer decision on allocation of special provision capital funds for SEND August 2018
The template below shows our proposed plans for using the £500k indicative share of the fund that is available for Herefordshire. We can spend it on capital investments to improve facilities which will benefit any children between the ages of two and 25 with EHC plans.
Updated Tuesday 8 October 2019
Published: Wednesday, 21st March 2018