the Written Statement of Action for SEND, changes in the structure of the 0-25 Service; some of your questions answered.
Peter Murphy ( South Gloucestershire Council) and Deborah El-Sayed ( Bristol/ North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group) have released a statement of action - what they will do - in response to the area SEND inspection so many of you took part in, November 2017. The letter is available on the link below or you can zip straight to the statement of action here.
You will find information on:
- The Local Authority's and CCG's vision and principles
- Arrangements for how they will both work together.
- Key themes from the inspection
- Their plan to address concerns raised by Ofsted and the CQC
- How they will manage performance
This is the result of some many of you giving your views and making your voices heard and we are so proud of all of you. Get in touch on our Facebook closed group to let us know your views.
As some of you have heard through discussions in our closed Facebook group for Parents and Carers that the 0 - 25 service has been going through a restructure and we were keenly awaiting the details. This is now finally available and can be seen below. It contains answers to such questions as:
- What has changed?
- Why have the changes been made and what this means for my child?
- Who are the five 0 - 25 teams?
- How you will find out who your named SEND co-ordinator is.