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NNPCF & Contact a Family Reports : Readiness for Reform, The National Picture and NNPCG Progress Report

21:25 10 July in National News
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The Special Educational Needs and Disability – Readiness for Reform, Survey Two, Parent Carer Forums Survey Responses May/June 2014

Now available to view here. Many thanks to all those who submitted survey responses, your input helps the Department for Education plan the support of the implementation of the reforms. On the Department for Education behalf, Contact a Family and the National Network of Parent Carer Forums ran a second ‘Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) readiness survey’ in May 2014 in order to gather parent carer forums’ views on their local area’s readiness for implementation of the reforms. The responses from forums are summarised in this report and compared to results of the first readiness survey which was run in February.

Strengthening Parent Carer Participation The national picture, April 2012 to March 2013

Click here to see the report showing an update on the development of Parent Carer Participation in England.  It includes information provided directly from Parent Carer Forums across England. The last year has been one of unprecedented activity for Parent Carer Forums, and parent carer representatives across England, and this report shows the growth of reach of forums, the development of the structures and governance of forums, and the outcomes of parent carer participation and the achievements and challenges faced by forums.

National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF)Progress report

Click here to see the second Progress Report from the NNPCF providing information about the NNPCF and to share a clear account of their activities, achievements and experiences since the previous report published in March 2013.

Thank you to all parent carers who work tirelessly to make a difference locally, regionally and nationally by filling in surveys and responses, contributing their expertise and participating in local decision making.

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