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Admission to SEMH Enhanced Provisions is agreed through a panel. The panel is made up of a selection of people from the following teams/services; SEND Inclusion Partners, Educational Psychologists, Education Access, the most local Pupil Referral Unit, local Headteachers and a representative from the SEMH Enhanced Provision. Other specialists may also be invited to attend.


The school where the child is on roll will need to complete the relevant Request for Support paperwork and submit this to the their local panel for review. Once discussed at panel, the referring school will be informed of the outcome.


Panels for children in the North East are on:

Tuesday 10th October 2023 (submission deadline: Friday 22 September 2023),

Tuesday 5 December 2023 (submission deadline: Friday 17 November 2023),

Tuesday 6 February 2024 (submission deadline: Friday 19 January 2024),

Tuesday 19 March 2024 (submission deadline: Friday 1 March 2024),

Tuesday 14 May 2024 (submission deadline: Saturday 20 April 2024),

Tuesday 18 June 2024 (submission deadline: Saturday 25 May 2024).​ 


Request for support forms should be emailed to - primaryadmissions@kcat.co.uk


The SEMH Enhanced Provisions are different to all the other Enhanced Provisions that we have in Essex for the other needs (such as HI or Autism), namely:

  • a child doesn't need an EHCP to access the support at the provision

  • the child does not have to be on roll at the school that hosts the SEMH enhanced provision

  • the referring school must be engaged in the graduated approach to assess, plan and review the child or young person's SEMH needs regularly through One Planning