SEND Strategy - Have your Say

Wolverhampton Strategy for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities


SEND Partnership Board has recently produced a draft SEND Strategy which will guide the City of Wolverhampton Council and its partners in the long-term development of provision for children and young people with SEND.

The strategy sets out the vision and key priorities that council and partners in the city want to focus on to improve the lives of children and young people with SEND over the next three years. This strategy signifies a commitment by all SEND Partnership Board partners to work together to achieve their vision and ensure that:


  • Children, young people and their families feel empowered and well supported

  • Wolverhampton is an inclusive city

  • Young people feel well prepared for adulthood


We would welcome your opinions on the draft ‘Wolverhampton Strategy for Children and Young People with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities 2020’.


Consultation commenced on 14th July 2020 and runs until 21st September 2020.


You can offer your opinions by reviewing the draft SEND Strategy and completing the on-line survey at https://consultation.wolverhampton.gov.uk/send/send-strategy-consultation-july-2020.

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