The One City Belonging Strategy for Children and Young People was constructed with partners, children, young people and their families.
Earlier this year we did our second annual SEND survey with Bristol’s SEND Local Offer and Supportive Parents of over two hundred parents and carers to understand their experiences.
City Hall now has a Changing Places Toilet.
Bristol’s SEND Local Offer are developing an interactive map of education settings in the Bristol area.
The school holidays are upon us, and Bristol has a variety of activities and play sessions available for children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Bristol City Council has published its draft strategy for commissioning Alternative Learning Provision (ALP), and is looking for feedback from a wide range of people, including:
Are any of your children Young Carers aged 14 – 25? The restrictions of lockdown and the anxiety related to the risks associated with COVID-19 have been central to young carers’ difficulties over the past year.
Bristol City Council is looking for feedback from parents and carers, particularly those who use childcare in Bristol, to help them with the future of their Childcare Development and Sustainability Service.
Please come and join us on this online co-production session. Tuesday 19th January 2021 | 12.30PM to 2.00PM
Bristol City Council’s Local Offer now has its own Facebook page.