SEND in Slough

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National statistics show that up to 20% (14.4% in 2017) of all children/ young people have some level of SEND. Most children/young people with SEND attend a mainstream school and are supported by resources, which form part of the school’s core budget.

Since 2014, ‘School Action’ or ‘School Action Plus’ was replaced with ‘SEN Support’,  which is additional notional funding to support children/young people with additional needs.

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