DfE annual report on SEN data trends published

The Department for Education have released their special educational needs (SEN) summary publication which gives an overview of the available data on SEN and a link to the external data sources. 

This document provides a combination of analysis and links to the key data sources on children and young people with special educational needs (SEN). The format has been revised to make it easier to access the data directly and the document will be updated twice a year to improve the timeliness of the information.

In previous years the document was updated annually, with some of the information quickly becoming out of date. You may also wish to use this publication alongside benchmarking data tools, such as the Local Authority Interactive Tool (LAIT) and LG Inform. To download and read the document please click here.

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1 Comments

FM
Former Member 4 Years Ago
Thanks for this, Philippa. I'm currently working in SEND and found this data very interesting.