All young people who attend Pencalenick School and its ARBs must have an Education, Health and Care Plan. Admissions are the organised by the Local Authority who has statutory responsibility for arranging their provision.
The admissions process for a special school place is via an education, health and care (EHC) statutory assessment or through the information and evidence gathered at an annual review meeting. The decision about allocation of these places is the responsibility of the Statutory Special Educational Needs Panel.
The progress and continued placement of children and young people at a school in the Special Partnership is subject to statutory Annual Review.
Further information regarding the protocols/pathways relating to the admission process can be found below:
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