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SEND strategy consultation

SEND Strategy consultation

We have developed this Special Education Needs and Disabilities (SEND) Strategy to ensure that we have an agreed vision across the city and our partnerships so that children and young people with SEND have the right support, at the right time, delivered by the right people.

In developing this strategy we have worked with families, children and young people across the area to identify the priorities and improvements that are important to them and incorporated these into the strategy.

Priority One – Nothing about us without us

Priority Two – Part of the community

Priority Three – High aspirations and preparation for the future

Priority Four – Identify and assess early

Priority Five – Skilled and knowledgeable professionals

We would value feedback from across the communities in Stoke-on-Trent on the priorities and improvements included in the strategy so that we have been confident that we have correctly identified what is important to the people, families, children and young people in Stoke-on-Trent and that this strategy sets out the right road map for SEND services.

You can view the draft SEND strategy by clicking the link below:

View the draft SEND Strategy

 

Have your say

This engagement exercise will run for 6 weeks from Monday 26 February to Friday 5 April.

Please take the time to read the draft SEND Strategy before completing the short questionnaire.

Let us know what you think by filling in one of the questionnaires below:

Feedback for SEND Strategy

Feedback for SEND Strategy (Easy read)

 

What happens next

Feedback from the engagement will be considered and reflected in the final version of the SEND Strategy which will be published in 2024.