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SEN allowances for teachers

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Last updated on 18 August 2016
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Who is entitled to an SEN allowance and how much should it be? In this article, we look at eligibility for a special educational needs (SEN) allowance and how schools should determine the value of payments. We also look at withdrawing an SEN allowance, and at allowances for part-time teachers.

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Contents

  1. 1 Eligibility for SEN allowances
  2. 2 Which members of staff can receive an SEN allowance?
  3. 3 Can an SEN allowance be withdrawn?
  4. 4 How are the values of SEN allowances determined?
  5. 5 How are SEN allowances determined for part-time teachers?

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