Thank you and welcome to our Annual Review Online Workshop.

The Annual Review workshop is available in a series of short presentations or a 20 minute video. You can work through at your own pace. Our SENDIASS Rutland officer Nicola has provided a voice-over for each page, simply press the ‘play’ icon (or speaker) on each page, and she will guide you through the Annual Review process.

If you have any questions, or require the content to be made accessible to your needs, please email becki.c@sendiassleicester.org.uk.

Part One

  • Aims for the entire workshop
  • Introduction to SENDIASS Leicester
  • Brief introduction to the EHCP
  • Relevant legal documents
  • Introduction to the Annual Review
  • How to prepare for the Annual Review
  • The 5 Stages of the Annual Review process


Part Two

  • The 5 Stages of the Annual Review process
  • 1: Gather views, wishes & feelings from parents/carers and professionals
  • 2: Invitations to all involved
  • 3: The meeting
  • 4: Prepare the report
  • 5: Decisions and amendments


Part Three

  • Sections of the EHCP that are discussed at the Annual Review
  • A: Views & Aspirations of the child/young person and their parents/carers
  • B: Educational Needs
  • C: Health Needs
  • D: Social Care Needs
  • E: Outcomes
  • F: Educational Provision
  • G: Health Care Provision
  • H1 & H2: Social Care Provision
  • I: School
  • J: Personal Budget


Part Four

  • What happens next?
  • Timeline of the Annual Review
  • Specific Situations
  • Reviews for children aged 0-5
  • Reviews for children in transfer phase
  • Y9+ (Preparing for Adulthood)
  • Request Re-Assessment
  • Interim Reviews or Emergency Reviews
  • Ceasing the EHCP
  • Further support


This ends the workshop.

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