Number of Children who did not receive their final transition Education Health Care Plan by the 15.02 deadline in 2023

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Dear Canterbury City Council,

Please advise with regards the following questions:

Question 1: As of 15 February 2023, how many children in your local authority had an Education Health Care Plan?

Question 2: How many children with special educational needs in your local authority area required an Education Health Care Plan for transitioning from primary to secondary school in September 2023?

Question 3: How many of these children received their final transition Education Health Care Plan by the 15 February 2023 deadline?

Yours faithfully,
Summer Cummings

CCC FOI, Canterbury City Council

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