The code “No Specialist Assessment” (“NSA”) should only be used in the very rare cases where a student is placed under SEN support (code “K”) but the school is always looking at what the primary needs are. B for example if a child with SEN support entered school just before the day of the school count. If the code “NSA” is to be used, the student must have the SEN provision of the code “K”. The learner support code is collected for all students who have received a scholarship during the current academic year. This may also include students who have left school since the beginning of the school year. In the case of duplicate students, the school that holds the student`s main enrolment is responsible for awarding the scholarship fund and returns the required data. To support the government`s response to the coronavirus (COVID-19), another reason has been added for “the deliberate and repeated exceeding of protective measures in place to protect public health”, which can be used from the beginning of the autumn semester 2020. Due to the very late addition of this reason, we asked software vendors to implement as soon as possible. If this reason cannot be selected in the systems at the time of the start of the exclusion, we ask schools to ensure that they visit it again and update it as soon as they are able to do so, and certainly before the ministry collects this data.
The number of teachers attending the class. Include all qualified or unqualified teachers – exclude those who support students in whole or for most. When providing information for census purposes, it is important to distinguish between children who receive early education and those who receive other services. Pros: Most students in units will benefit from an education, health and care plan. It is unlikely that a child will be placed in a unit and also receive resource support, but a school could be provided for one type of need and a unit for another type of need. The Education and Skills Act 2008 requires schools to provide information on request to the Youth Welfare Service for pupils aged 13 or just before the age of 13. It can be structured activities, free play, meals, homework help, or a mix of all of these. It could also be integrated with other extracurricular activities offered by the school. When a student is in managed movement, he is enrolled in double enrolment in the home school and the host school. Financial arrangements between schools are a matter of mutual agreement, but it is important to be able to identify students in this situation. As part of the government`s adoption reform agenda, the ministry is reviewing a range of information that will help reflect on post-adoption support. Very little is known about getting adopted children in foster care, as they automatically receive a new UPN and the ministry wants better information to be collected on this data on a voluntary basis to feed into this process.