SEN

(redirected from Statement of Educational Needs)
AcronymDefinition
SENSenior
SENSenator
SENSpecial Educational Needs (UK education system)
SENSensitivity (Groundwater Modeling Systems)
SENSenegal (ISO Country code)
SENStatement of Educational Needs (UK)
SENSony Entertainment Network
SENSistema Eléctrico Nacional (Spanish: National Electric System; various locations)
SENSubmerged Entry Nozzle (steel manufacturing)
SENSave Energy Now (various locations)
SENSustainable Energy Network (various locations)
SENSocial Entertainment Network
SENSystem Event Notification
SENSoftware Engineering Notebook
SENSociedad Española de Neurología (Spanish Society of Neurology)
SENSolidarity Economy Network
SENSoftware Engineering Notes
SENSouthern Energy Network (climate change advocacy; various locations)
SENState Enrolled Nurse
SENStudent Environment Network (Canada)
SENSports Entertainment Network
SENSmall Extension Node
SENSatellite Education Network
SENSecretary of Energy Notice
SENSociété des Eaux du Nord (French: Northern Waters Company; est. 1912)
SENsubependymal nodule
SENStaredit Network (gaming)
SENstandard enteral nutrition
SENScalp-Ear-Nipple Syndrome
SENSystem Evaluation Network
SENSystem Engineering Note
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Charlie has a Extended School Action Plan Plus (ESAP) rather than a Statement of Educational Needs. My view has always been to adapt and adjust to Charlie's changing needs educational and otherwise, which is why an ESAP suits Charlie and my attitude.
"Every child has what's called a Statement of Educational Needs, which is pulled together by the education directorate with information from parents, teachers, educational psychologists and speech and language therapists," she says.
But in your particular case, having read the statement of educational needs in respect of your son and the contents of the pre-sentence report, it seems to me whilst it would be proper to punish you by depriving you of your liberty, the effect on your son might be so detrimental that I can suspend the operation of the sentence.'' McIntosh was sentenced to nine months in prison suspended for two years and told to do 80 hours unpaid work for the community.
The registry also listed all children who attended special schools or mainstream schools and whose files contained a statement of educational needs indicating they had language, learning, behavior, or medical problems requiring intervention.
Her 13-year-old son has a statement of educational needs, a legally binding document stating the specialist provision he is entitled to.
All the pupils have a statement of educational needs.
There are around 2,000 children within Kirklees who have a statement of educational needs.
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