Yesterday the Children's Commissioner launched The Big Ask survey for children in England aged 4-17 to speak up about their experiences of childhood.
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- Slide 1: The Big Ask The Children's Commissioner has launched The Big Ask survey for children in England aged 4 to 17 to speak up about their experiences of childhood. Children are asked what life is like for them, their hopes and ambitions for the future and any challenges which are holding them back.
- Slide 2: A new website for the Kingston Parent Carer Forum (PCF) Take a look to see who they are, what they do, and how you can have your voice heard.
- Slide 3: Richmond Parent Carer Forum - Early Years online drop in sessions Are you worried about your child’s development? Richmond PCF is oﬀering virtual drop-in sessions for parents of children 0 - 5 years who are concerned about their child’s progress and would like support from other parents. The sessions are for families living in the borough of Richmond.
- Slide 4: Have your say about clubs for children and young people with disabilities - Short Breaks We are seeking your views on the recommissioning of Short Break contracts in Kingston and Richmond.
- Slide 5: New Special Educational Needs and Disability Register in Kingston and Richmond
Welcome to the SEND Local Offer for Kingston and Richmond
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