Education, health and care plan (EHCP) annual review for young people

Find out what happens at your education, health and care plan annual review.

If you have an education, health and care (EHCP) plan, we will review the plan once a year to see how much progress you have made and make sure the plan is still right for you.

The annual review is to:

  • look at your progress
  • check you are getting the right help
  • make sure it describes your needs
  • set new targets

At the annual review

The meeting will normally include:

  • your views of the past year and the views of your parents or carers and the school
  • whether you have you met your targets
  • the outcomes for the next year
  • the help needed from the school
  • whether the education, health and care plan (EHCP) needs updating
  • a talk about preparation for adulthood, if appropriate

Who can come to the review?

These people can attend the review:

  • you
  • parents or carers
  • a teacher
  • someone from North Yorkshire Council's education support
  • health experts
  • anyone else you want to invite

After the review

The school will write a report. The report will be sent to everyone in the review.