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Outcomes in EHC plans: guidance and examples
- 1 Definition and purpose of an ‘outcome’
- 2 Make sure outcomes are SMART
- 3 Don’t confuse outcomes with provision
- 4 Focus on the child or young person
- 5 Make a clear link with the other sections of the plan
- 6 Set out steps towards meeting the outcomes
- 7 Sample outcomes
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