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Annual review meetings

Students with EHCP’s attending our programmes will have an annual EHCP review meeting.

The annual review meeting is a chance for everyone to discuss the students achievements on their learning programme and the progression they are making towards their outcomes.

The review meeting also gives the opportunity to make sure the college remains the best provision for the student and their needs.

In the final year of their programme there will be an additional Transition review meeting, this will enable everyone supporting the student to plan their next steps after college.

Click here to view a short video to assist you in understanding the EHCP process and the importance of the review meetings.

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