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Wycombe escalation protocol

As an integrated service we support children/young people, their families and settings to achieve the best possible outcomes for all. If you feel that the service is not supporting the delivery of these outcomes in the way that it should, you can escalate your concerns using the following procedure.

Escalation protocol

EHCO/SENCO Workshops

The Wycombe Area Team will be holding half termly EHCO/SENCO Workshop Sessions. All sessions will be delivered via MS Teams and run from 1:00pm to 3:00pm.

The sessions will comprise Information/Training, followed by a Q and A Forum. For the Q and A Forum.

The dates are below, and you can book online using the links provided:

Wednesday March 10th 2021 – Book a session

Friday May 14th 2021– Book a session

Tuesday June 22nd  2021– Book a session

Specialist Teacher Advice Sessions

The Wycombe Specialist Teachers for Language, ASD and Cognition & Learning hold monthly Advice Sessions.

To book a session visit Everbrite:

Autism

Language

Cognition and Learning

Educational Psychologist School Support

Due to staff limitations the Wycombe hub is unable to provide schools an allocation model of referral. Consultations are available through the solution circles consultation groups and Senior EP surgeries. When necessary and possible EP’s integrate their statutory work with EHCO requests

Integrated service training has been provided by the EPS and will continue subject to capacity

Senior EP drop dates of surgeries are advertised in the Keeping in Touch weekly newsletter. The surgery has an explained booking system and a condition for advanced case information. This is via a proforma to make the most effective use of time and guarantee a bookable session.

Training and development

Wycombe area training offer 2021

General guidance

The tiered approach and tiered support

Graduated Response

Ordinarily Available Provision

Buckinghamshire SEND IAS

If you have a young person, family, parent or carer who requires free, confidential impartial information, advice and support, please do point them in the direction of our SENDIAS service.

Telephone: 01296 383754

Email: sendias@buckinghamshire.gov.uk

 

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