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Manchester City Council SEND and AP Change Programme Partnership

Hi, my name is Kemi Omoboye and I'm a Project Manager at Manchester City Council currently leading on the Department for Education's Special Educational Needs Disabilities (SEND) and Alternative Provision (AP) Change Programme Partnership for the North West. This means I work with lots of

EHCP Template Focus Groups

As part of the Special Educational Needs and Disabilities and Alternative Provision (SENDAP) Change Programme Partnership (CPP), we have been asked to test a national standardised Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP) template by the Department for Education (DfE). To help with the testing

Change Programme Video

Manchester City Council and SENDCode recently published a video explaining the Change Programme. The short animated video aims to help young people understand what the programme is all about and how Manchester is involved with the Change Programme Partnership. You can watch the video

Manchester has joined the NW Change Programme Partnership!

In the latest SEND Local Offer newsletter, Manchester City Council announced that Manchester has been chosen by the Department for Education to lead the North West Change Programme Partnership. The government realised that the system for helping children and young people with special educational needs