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 Parent Carers would like to know what your top three priorities are for SEND Children and their families in Bristol at the moment?
Would you like to speak to someone about your child’s additional needs?
Bristol Parent Carers ran a ‘Return to School’ survey in September to gather feedback about what the preparation for the return to school after the summer was like for families.
Bristol City Council is carrying out early engagement on the draft funding process for schools and other education settings to access additional funding (High Needs Block funding), to try to make sure the draft process is clear and accessible.
Bristol City Council are developing a new online portal for families with special educational needs and disability (SEND), to view the progress of their Education, Health and Care (EHC) plan.
BPC has received a copy of an open letter from Vicky Ford, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Children and Families. We have been asked to share the letter with children and young people with special educational needs (SEND), their families and carers, and those who work to support them.
Bristol Parent Carers would like to know about your experience of your children returning to school.
We know that for many, the thought of your child going back to school after months of being at home will be worrying. You may have concerns about what your child’s school day will look like in September and how they will cope with any changes, or you might be worried about how your son […]
Please see the attached a letter outlining plans to take a proposal to Cabinet next month in the hope of unlocking £28 million in funding to improve current special schools, as well as significantly increasing the number of specialist provision places in new and refurbished buildings for students with SEND.