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Children with special educational needs

Children with special educational educational needs (SEN) 2014 [604KB] have a difficulty or disability which makes learning harder for them than for other children their age. Data on children with SEN are collected through the annual school census.

The school census carried out in January 2017 found that a total of 1,568 pupils attending Hillingdon schools had a statement or EHCP, or three percentage of the total school age population of 51,874, and 5,392 (10.4 percentage) were subject to SEN with no statement.

The most common category of SEN is speech, language and communication needs (29.6 percentage) which are more frequent among primary than secondary school pupils (37.6 percentage and 17.6 percentage respectively). There were also children in all types of schools also had Autistic spectrum disorder, with smaller numbers with social, emotional and mental health and moderate learning difficulty.

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