Special Education Development Plan

Closed 2 Nov 2014

Opened 8 Sep 2014

Feedback Updated 11 Aug 2015

We Asked

The Special Education Development Plan, SEDP, sets out a 3-strand approach to how we will work with children, young people and their families and other partners, including schools to develop Birmingham as an inclusive city with a fair chance for all in the context of demographic growth and available resources. The focus is on special education provision that ensures progress with learning and preparation for adulthood.

You Said

Your (16) responses were gratefully received and will form part of the decision making process.

We Did

This consultation formed part of a larger project and filtered into decisions made and recommendations for changes to take place. For further information please email: senevents@birmingham.gov.uk

Overview

The Special Education Development Plan, SEDP, sets out a 3-strand approach to how we will work with children, young people and their families and other partners, including schools to develop Birmingham as an inclusive city with a fair chance for all in the context of demographic growth and available resources. The focus is on special education provision that ensures progress with learning and preparation for adulthood. The SEDP should enable children and young people with SEND aged 0-25 years to have fairer access and opportunities to move towards the long term aspirations of employment, finding somewhere to live, participating in society and good health.

We want your views to help us achieve this vision and agree the SEDP. Please read the draft SEDP along with any of the supporting documentation available at www.birmingham.gov.uk/SEND and then complete this online survey.

We are hosting a range of stakeholder events to support this consultation and these will be advertised in due course. Please contact senevents@birmingham.gov.uk for more details.

The questionnaire should take no longer than ten minutes to complete. Thank you for your time.

 

What Happens Next

We will analyse all responses and share a report with details of how the responses have been used to contribute towards the final SEDP by the end of 2014.

Events

Areas

  • CITY-WIDE

Audiences

  • Young people
  • Disabled people
  • Children
  • Parents/Carers/Guardians
  • People with Disabilities
  • People with Learning Disabilities
  • Service user groups

Interests

  • Children & Young People
  • Children’s Centres
  • Early Years
  • Education