Additional Education Needs (AEN) Code of Practice – Stakeholder Views Survey

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Closes 11 Dec 2020

Survey

1. In what context are you completing this survey? (Please choose the main one if there is more than one category)
2. What involvement have you had with Special Education Needs?
3. To what extent do you think the current Special Educational Needs provisions within schools meet the individual learning and developmental needs of children and young people?
4. Do you think that support and interventions are effective at enabling children and young people to make appropriate progress?
5. How well are transitions planned from Pre-School Assessment Centre (PSAC) and nurseries to primary school for children with Special Educational Needs?
6. How well are transitions planned from primary to secondary school for children with Special Educational Needs?
7. How well are transitions from school / UCM to adult life, in terms of education provision, planned for young people with Special Educational Needs?
8. In terms of support and provision for Special Educational Needs, what works well?
9. What changes could help to improve support and provision for Special Educational Needs?
10. How easy is it to understand the current processes and procedures for Special Educational Needs in schools?
11. How successful are schools at identifying children's Special Educational Needs as early as possible?
12. What, if anything, do you think prevents early identification from taking place?
13. How can the processes and procedures for Special Educational Needs be improved in schools?
14. To what extent do you agree that schools and UCM have high expectations for children and young people with Special Educational Needs, including their future potential and contribution to society?
15. How well do schools provide opportunities for parents to be involved in decisions regarding Special Educational Needs that affect their family?
16. How well do schools provide opportunities for children and young people with Special Educational Needs to be involved in decisions that affect them?
17. In your view, what single change would impact most positively on the provision for children and young people with Special Educational Needs on the Isle of Man?
18. What, if anything, do you feel could make our education system more inclusive?
19. Do you have any other comments that you would like the Department to consider?