National survey measuring EHCP impact launched

Children and young people, families and practitioners across Surrey are being asked to take part in a national evaluation looking at the impact of education, health and care plans (EHCP). Surrey County Council wants to see where they are compared to the previous evaluation in 2015, what has improved and what they still need to improve. The Personal Outcomes Evaluation Tool (POET) has been developed by the charity In Control with Lancaster University and is supported by the Department for Education. It will help Surrey to make the improvements needed after the Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection. Watch our animation to find out more: Surrey County Council and its partners k

Response to Lenehan Review call for evidence into residential schools

Recently, Dame Christine Lenehan called for evidence to inform her review into the experiences and outcomes of children and young people in residential special schools and colleges (including non-maintained and independent special schools). Family Voice Surrey fed into the NNPCF (National Network of Parent Carer Forums) response. Parent carers told us that residential placements: helped their child with coping in social settings; reduced the stress of transitions to and from school and the stress of multiple changes and transitions through the day; gave the child confidence and valuable life skills which in turn helped them academically to be able to reach their potential; helped their child

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