To ensure that children and young people with SEND, and their parents:
- Are provided with high quality, free, impartial, confidential, and accessible information, advice and support for matters relating to the child/young person's SEN and/or disabilities, when they require it
- Are supported with communicating their views, wishes and feelings and participating fully in decision making processes, as equal partners; and
- Are given the support they need to promote independence and self advocacy
To achieve this, we aim to be fully compliant with the IASSN Minimum Standards.