Diagnoses or health conditions don’t go in Section B

That is not accurate. Any conditions that impact the child or young person’s ability to learn should go into Section B.  For example, a speech and language delay might be identified by a health professional, in this instance, a speech and language therapist, but as the delay impacts the ability to communicate socially and educationally, this is an educational need and belongs in Section B.

If a child or young person’s mobility issues impact their ability to access a classroom, and/or require them to have support to do so, this should also be listed in Section B.