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Additional East Sussex Strategies

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Equality

Race Equality in East Sussex Schools guidance was created to support schools in East Sussex to implement best practice in delivering race equality, through a whole school approach which demonstrates a commitment to creating settings where each individual is treated with dignity and respect:

The East Sussex Schools information website Czone also has information on equality:

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Accessibility

The Accessibility Strategy 2022-2025 outlines East Sussex County Council’s vision and the practical implications for improving access of disabled children and young people to the services which we provide directly, and those which we provide alongside our partners, including education:

You can also download the 'Accessibility Strategy 2022-2025' as a word document:

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Joint Commissioning Strategy

To support joint working, East Sussex County Council and the local NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) have drafted this Joint Commissioning Strategy. The purpose of this strategy is to explain to people living in East Sussex, and people living outside East Sussex who use our services what our aims are for future commissioning:

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Strategic High Needs Block Review Report

This report summarises the findings and recommendations of a year-long review of High Needs Funding for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in East Sussex:

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Glossary of East Sussex SEND Terms

Some of the terms used on this website are explained on our page, Glossary of East Sussex SEND Terms.


View the ‘East Sussex SEND Strategy'

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