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any information on ilp/Iep {indivdaual learning plans } very appreciated please

supermummy1990supermummy1990 Member Posts: 14 Connected
edited February 2020 in Education and learning
would my childs school tell me if she had a individual learning plan in place  how much can these help and what can be put in to them do I have a right to see her iep/ilp know they get called both lol if it turns out she hasn't got one what can I do to get one in place many thanks  schools communication isn't great even when I speak to them regually they have left a lot of information out that I only found out from the senco report 

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  • Adrian_ScopeAdrian_Scope Testing team Posts: 8,001

    Scope community team

    edited December 2019
    Hi @supermummy1990,
    Your school's SENCO would be your point of contact for this. These plans are usually put into place in conjunction with the parent's input, as they are often intended to be child-led.

    Have you had a look at IPSEA at all?

    It must be really frustrating to be left out of the loop in regards to your child. Can I ask how old they are?
    Community Manager
    Scope
  • supermummy1990supermummy1990 Member Posts: 14 Connected
    Hiya she's only five so  I rely on school telling me things especially that she can't express emotion I will email the senco regarding the IEP and I haven't I will take a look thank you
  • CharlotteGCharlotteG Member Posts: 9 Connected
    What other professionals does your daughter have involved? They may have contributed to an IEP. Alternatively have you looked at if your daughter may need an EHCP? We aren’t there yet (my daughter is only 3) but understand this is more of a formal document and schools are then legally bound to put in place what is written in the EHCP. 
  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,653 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @supermummy1990, how are things going? :)
    Scope

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