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SEND Strategy

The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Strategy aims to:

  • have high aspirations for all children and young people
  • ensure that the achievement gap between those with SEND and their peers is narrowed
  • include the majority of children and young people in their local early years settings, schools and colleges.
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The strategy sets out Cornwall Council’s high level strategic priorities relating to SEND.

It includes children and young people with disabilities where disability has an impact on their education. These children have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). The following key partners were committed to, and participated in, the development of this strategy:

  • Services from the Education, Health and Social Care Directorate
  • Health commissioners and providers
  • Mainstream and specialist schools and settings
  • Parents/carers of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities

These aims are underpinned by the principles and aims of:

You can read the full Special Educational Needs and Disability Strategy (SEND) Strategy.