Bexley SEND IASS, Civic Offices, 2 Watling Street, Bexleyheath, DA6 7AT


Below are documents, which may be useful for you. They explain processes and your rights.

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Empowering you by improving your understanding of SEND process.

Bexley IASS believe very strongly in empowering Parents, Carers, Children and Young People to have a voice and to be able to participate fully in decisions affecting education, health and social care.

We have developed lots of information on the most common questions we are asked by Parents, Carers and Young People and we hope you find this information useful in increasing your knowledge and understanding of SEND processes. Please click on the relevant link below:

What does SEN Support in school mean? : Get Informed – EDUCATION: SEN Support – Bexley IASS

What is an EHCP and when can I apply? : Get Informed – The Education, Health & Care Plan (EHCP) – Bexley IASS

My child is off school due to a medical / health condition. What do I do? : Equality & Inclusion | Bexley IASS

My child has been excluded. What do i do now? : Exclusion | Bexley IASS

My child cannot attend school due to anxiety. What are my rights? : Attendance | Bexley IASS

Am I entitled to apply for school transport? Transport | Bexley IASS

I want to work more closely with the school to support my child: Working with the School & other Professionals | Bexley IASS

I need support to prepare for a meeting with the school / other professionals: Working with the School & other Professionals | Bexley IASS

I don’t understand my rights? Understanding your rights (

What is disagreement Resolution? Get Informed – Disagreement Resolution & Mediation – Bexley IASS

What is Mediation? Get Informed – Disagreement Resolution & Mediation – Bexley IASS

How do I appeal to the SENDist Tribunal? Get Informed – SENDist Tribunal- Bexley IASS

If you cannot find the answer to your question here, please click onto the Information and Advice section of this website for lots more information on a range of subjects relating to SEND.

Please call the IASS helpline if you need to discuss your issue further on 0203 045 5976 or email us at [email protected]

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