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Should a TA's hours on a pupil's EHC plan be protected?

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Last updated on 25 April 2017
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Should a TA's hours on a pupil's EHC plan be protected? We look at whether a pupil with SEN on an EHC plan requires one-to-one support, or whether the teaching assistant (TA) can be shared with other pupils. We relay guidance from the Department for Education and two of our experts.

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  1. 1 Check the EHC plan
  2. 2 Teachers supporting pupils with SEN
  3. 3 Working with other pupils
  4. 4 Class participation for pupils with SEN
  5. 5 Skills audit for an SEN TA

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