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Previous Consultations

SEND and AP green paper: responding to the consultation

 

The Department of Education has published a short summary of the SEND and AP green paper. This is for parents and carers, children and young people to explain what the SEND review means for them.

You can also have your say. You can complete the online survey on the SEND and AP green paper to give your views.

Please note that SEND means Special Educational Needs and or Disabilities. AP means Alternate Provision.

Read Wakefield Council’s response to the SEND and Alternative Green Paper consultation. This was done with SEND partners across the Wakefield district.



COVID Survey

Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Wakefield Council asked KIDS to conduct a survey.

This is to get your views on how young people and families have experienced the Covid pandemic.

*Awaiting results*


Emotional Wellbeing Support for Young People

The local NHS wanted to find out what young people want and need when it comes to support with mental wellbeing. They wanted to hear from children, young people, parents, carers and adults about how they want this support to be provided.

*Awaiting results*

 

West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership Health Needs App

West Yorkshire and Harrogate Health and Care Partnership is funding a project to create a prototype of an app that aims to reduce barriers children and young people may face when accessing health and other services. Watch our short video to see a demo of the app prototype.

*Awaiting results*

 

0-19 Health Services Survey from Wakefield Families Together

Wakefield Council are reviewing their health visiting and school nursing services. They surveyed children, young people, parents and carers to get their views.

*Awaiting results*

 

Autism Strategy

Wakefield's Autism Strategy is going to be updated when new national guidance comes out. 

*Awaiting results*

Last updated: 12/5/2022