The Children and Families Act


  • Prepare for the new law:
    • special educational needs
    • adoption
    • looked-after children
    • family justice
  • Clarify exactly how changes will affect your school:
    • greater parental control
    • new clauses
    • changes to staff entitlements
  • Know when and how to intervene when a child is at risk
  • Strategies to ensure a smooth transition from current to new systems
Tricia Murphy

Tricia Murphy

Dates: 25th Mar 2015, 4th Mar 2015, 12th Mar 2015

Tricia Murphy is an eminent author, former head of SEN Support Services in North Lincolnshire and a former president of NASEN. She is an international consultant in Mumbai, Kolkata and Dubai and is renowned for her inspirational and highly practical training style.

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Cut through the fog of irrelevant information

Key legal changes from the final Children and Families Bill

How the new SEN Code of Practice 0-25 and EHCP will affect SEN support

How Ofsted will inspect changes


A guide to embed major changes to provision for vulnerable children

Identify what changes mean for every staff member

Prepare for greater parental involvement (including family control of personal budgets)

Embed a system that promotes partnerships with LAs and health professionals

Know when and how to intervene: be aware of all clauses

Make reporting on vulnerable children’s progress urgent and straightforward


Strategies to cope with employees’ entitlement changes:

  • paternity/maternity leave and pay
  • flexible working
  • ante-natal care


Techniques for implementation

  • Handout outlining key changes for all staff
  • Self-audit and action planning tools
  • Ideas to ensure pupil voices are heard

First delegate rate

£309 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£289 + VAT