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  1. Co-ordinated Support PlansReviewing the Record of NeedJill Barry

  2. Case Study Approach • Eligibility • Meeting the criteria • Deadlines! • Requesting Assessments • Writing a CSP • The role of the CSP Monitoring Group • Finalising the document • Forms available on downloads / additional learning needs • Also on Grid for Learning-

  3. Transition from RONs • Assumed to have additional support needs • All the provisions of the Act where they refer to children and young people with additional support needs, and their parents, apply • Must seek and take account of relevant information and advice from appropriate agencies

  4. Appropriate Agency Each of the following is, in relation to any education authority, an appropriate agency, namely- • Any other local authority • Any Health Board • Colleges of further and Higher Education • A department outwith education but within your local authority, i.e. Social Work

  5. Co-ordinated Support Plan – Eligibility Questions • Is the local authority responsible for this child’s school education? • Has a current assessment identified any complex factor or a number of multiple factors that have a significant adverse effect on the child’s school education? • Are the child’s support needs likely to last for more than a year? • Do those needs require significant additional support to be provided by:- • Education authority as well as another department in the council? Or • Education Authority as well as the Health Board or any other appropriate agency?

  6. Significant Additional Support Consider the different strands:- • Number of separate support inputs: how many people the pupil sees over a two week period • Number of different agencies, departments involved • Frequency of involvement

  7. Case Study: Ona • Meeting the Criteria • The Annual Review Meeting

  8. The Annual Review Meeting

  9. Meeting the Criteria

  10. Review of Decisions • Any decision made can be subject to mediation • Some specific decisions can be subject to dispute resolution • Any decision relating to the CSP can be subject to reference to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal

  11. Workshop 1 • Using the information in one of the case studies and the review meeting proforma, ascertain if the pupil meets the criteria for a Coordinated Support Plan. Establish your reasons for this. Complete the proforma and if the pupil does qualify for a CSP, agree who will be asked to provide an assessment. • If you have time do the same with the other case study.

  12. What Now?

  13. Getting organised

  14. Keeping track of everyone • Use Record of Correspondence • Involve the school administrator • Chase up prior to the deadlines

  15. The CSP Monitoring Group • CSP Monitoring Group makes the final decision about granting a CSP • They need the minute of the review meeting, completed assessments from all involved with the pupil and a draft CSP if available. • All documentation emailed to Rhona Jarvis

  16. Writing a CSP • CSP Coordinator collates all the information from the assessments • Much easier if in electronic format • The CSP is a Draft CSP until ratified by CSP monitoring group and inter-agency contributors • Draft circulated to all contributors and parents for comment/amendments

  17. Co-ordinated Support Plan - Content

  18. Educational Objectives • Objectives for the pupil, not the adults • Achievable within 1 year • SMART • Examples provided

  19. CSP Meeting Week 14 • Decision made by CSP Monitoring Group • All involved have had sight of the draft CSP • Meeting held to finalise the CSP • Document amended and sent to your Head of Service for signing

  20. CSP Finalised Week 16 • CSP signed and returned to school • One copy is held in school. • Copies sent to parents, Aberdeen City, (Heads of Service), and all professionals who contributed to it. • Review timescale noted for next session.

  21. Workshop 2 • In your groups, complete the tracking forms and attempt to write a CSP for one of the case studies provided. • Spend time on the Educational Objectives, these are the most challenging part of the CSP. • Discuss how you can track the process in your establishment • Record any issues on the feedback sheet