The All-Party Group for Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) has launched an inquiry into the impact that Covid-19 on children and young people with SEND during transition within educational establishments.

The inquiry will aim to build the evidence base on the issue, but also to inform progressive and practical solutions within the education sector and wider community.

If you would like to submit oral evidence to the APPG, please complete the information below. 

The APPG invites all stakeholders with relevant knowledge and expertise to submit evidence. In particular, we welcome the input of:

• Children and young people themselves (whether on their own initiative or coordinated through young people’s organisations)
• Parents and guardians
• Professionals and voluntary sector workers who work directly with young people, including teachers and youth workers
• Professional associations and trade unions representing the education workforce
• Charities and NGOs that work with or on behalf of children and young people
• Academics and researchers involved in SEND
• Clinicians and public health professionals with expertise in SEND
• Government representatives from relevant departments, especially the Department of Health and Social Care and Department for Education.

Opportunities to give oral evidence and to speak at the meeting will be limited so we encourage you to also submit written evidence. The full terms of reference for the inquiry and how to submit written evidence can we found at www.naht.org.uk/appgsend

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* 1. Your name

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* 2. Your contact email

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* 3. Your role/capacity in which you wish to contribute (ie young person, parent etc.)

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* 4. The age range/transition period you wish to focus on

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* 5. Your location

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* 6. Each meeting will have a different focus - which meeting would you like to contribute to (you can select more than one)

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* 7. Please provide a brief summary of what you would like to say or a link to any research you would like to present.

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