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In 2015 many parents and carers, children and young people gave their views about:

  • The Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) system in general
  • What difference it has made to them
  • The changes they had seen in the past year since the SEND reforms were introduced in September 2014

This happened in various ways including:

  • Attending one of four feedback events and arranged by Cambridgeshire’s Parent Partnership or SENDIAS Service
  • Completing an online survey arranged by Cambridgeshire’s Parent Partnership or SENDIAS Service
  • Taking part in a nationally led survey about Education Health & Care Plans using the ‘Personal Evaluation and Outcome Tool’ or POET for short
  • Attending one of the five termly Pinpoint Parent Network meetings

The views and feedback help us to

  • Identify what’s working and where the gaps are
  • Improve the way we all provide support by sharing the feedback with all involved in education, health and care of children with SEND
  • Develop plans on what we need to do as a result of the feedback
  • Use this feedback as a benchmark to measure ourselves against again next year

Summary of themes from all feedback

Size: 370.38 KB File format: pdf

SENDIAS Service feedback on the SEND reforms report

Size: 937.06 KB File format: pdf

Pinpoint Family Network Meetings feedback report 2015

There is also a national POET report that summarises the views of nearly 6000 young people, families, carers and workers from 70 Local Authority areas across England about the SEND reforms.  Read the national POET report.

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