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We must give the parent/carer/child information about mediation and the right to appeal to the First Tier Tribunal (SENDIST)
Contact SENDIASS if you are not happy with the decision and wish to appeal (INSERT LINK TO SENDIASS)
We must send the parent/carer/child a copy of the original EHCP and a notice outlining proposed changes, including supporting evidence for these. This must happen no later than four weeks from the decision to amend letter.
If you don’t receive the amendments within three weeks of the decision, contact your SEND Officer.
Once the parent/carer/child gets the amendments:
They have at least 15 calendar days to respond with their views, for example, naming a school. In addition, they should be made aware that they can meet with the local authority to discuss the proposed changes.
Within eight weeks of informing the parent/carer/young person of the proposed changes:
We will issue an amended EHCP. If we’re no longer amending it, we’ll inform the parent/ carer/young person and provide information on mediation and the right to appeal.
Your SEND Officer will upload the final EHCP onto Mosaic, our local authority browser. They will also send a copy to the parent/carer/young person and to the health email address.