Children with SEND in the early years: will they fall through the cracks? 

Catherine McLeod, chief executive of Dingley's Promise
Tuesday, November 23, 2021

What do the the Government's recent funding announcements mean for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND)? Catherine McLeod, chief executive of Dingley's Promise, looks at what this could mean for early years children with SEND

Catherine McLeod: 'Funding seems to be focused on places for school-aged children, neglecting children with SEND in the early years'
Catherine McLeod: 'Funding seems to be focused on places for school-aged children, neglecting children with SEND in the early years'

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