Transition, transport and travel support to education and training for young people with EHC plans

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A factsheet for parents

Many young people with a disability or special educational needs (SEN) aren’t independent travellers and understanding what their rights are with regard to transport if they move on to education and training after compulsory schooling can be very confusing. This factsheet looks at what the law and government guidance say about transporting young people to their place of education or training.

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First published 2020. This edition 2023. Review date 2026.

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