I noticed today, Friday March 27th that the links are broken for the original Pathfinder funding bids on the Mott MacDonald Department for Education, Department of Health
SEND Pathfinder website.
Here are pdfs of the bids.
Central College Nottingham was one of the first colleges in the UK to offer a dedicated GCSE programme for pre-16 home educated students.
Following the success of this programme the college is extending its home education offer to include the following
I have some answers from the Association of Elective Home Education Professionals to the questions I posed
I was obviously hoping for a bit more detail, but this is what I have so far and being realistic I think it’s all I’m likely to get for quite a while.
It is anticipated that the regulator will be increasingly strict in enforcing proof for access arrangements and this could have a particular impact on private candidates.
Some parents have spent over £500 on a long report from educational psychologists, only for us to find that it lacked critical information and we have had to write endless letters to get this sorted.
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