We are continuing with this monthly overview to ensure that you know what we do. You will no doubt have joined us in one of our many coffee mornings or speaker events that we tend to host via zoom, but it's likely that you're less aware of the work we do when working with partners such as the local authority, health partners or the voluntary sector. Click this link to find out a little bit more.
Surrey County Council is asking residents with physical disabilities and / or sensory impairments to share their views on the support available to them, and access to universal services. All feedback will be used to help shape the council’s new Physical Disability and Sensory Impairment Strategy, which will drive the support and services offered over the next five years (2021-2026). The council’s adult social care service wants to understand the need and experience of local r
See here the Submissions to Cllr Iles and her response January 2021 Family Voice Surrey has received a significant number of contacts from families in response to an article posted on 22nd December: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/rising-demand-surrey-special-educational-19478545 Some of the quotes included in this article have caused confusion, anger and distress among our members, who have asked us to raise these with Councillor Iles. They have asked for clarit
Please see below FVS's response to the Additional Needs Funding consultation that was debated at Schools Forum on 12th January 2021. The decision will be made later this month by senior SCC officers and cabinet members and we will keep you informed!