Additional Learning Needs
Welsh Government is changing the way that children and young people with special educational needs (SEN) will be supported. The new system defines SEN as Additional Learning Needs (ALN). The change from SEN to ALN will take 3 years to implement.
From September 2021, the current system for special educational needs will be replaced with a new and reformed system called Additional Learning Needs and Educational Tribunal (Wales) Act, known as ALNET.
The Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal (Wales) Act 2018 will create the legislative framework to improve the planning and delivery of additional learning provision, through a person-centred approach to identifying needs early, putting in place effective support and monitoring, and adapting interventions to ensure they deliver desired outcomes.
The following information guides, posters and animations for parents/carers and children have been produced to explain the changes that are taking place.
If you would like more information, please contact Mr Ledville-Smith (ALNCo)
Click on the links below for leaflets, videos and further information
Additional Learning Needs in Wales - what's happening?
Draft Additional Learning Needs Code for Wales - Regional Consultation Events Video
A Parent's Guide to Additional Learning Needs
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