Stockport Government SEND funding for school places and improving existing facilities.

Parents in Partnership in Stockport are working in co-production with Stockport Local Authority who have received a Government allocation of £965,792 divided across the next three years. PIPS have been asked to independently seek the views of parent/carers on how this funding should be prioritised over the next three years.

The closing date for this survey is 14th February 2018.

‘Local Authorities have a duty to support all children and young people, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, and must make sure that there are enough good school places for all pupils.
The Government has allocated Stockport £965,792 divided across the next three years, to assist the Local Authority in creating new places and improving existing facilities for children and young people with SEND,  in consultation with parents.
We would like to know your views on how this funding should be prioritised over the next three years.  Please provide any comment in the box below.

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* 1. ‘Local Authorities have a duty to support all children and young people, including those with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, and must make sure that there are enough good school places for all pupils.
The Government has allocated Stockport £965,792 divided across the next three years, to assist the Local Authority in creating new places and improving existing facilities for children and young people with SEND,  in consultation with parents.
We would like to know your views on how this funding should be prioritised over the next three years.  Please provide any comment in the box below.

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