ERYC Annual SEND Parent/Carer Survey Sept 2021 – July 2022
The East Riding of Yorkshire Council and its partners would welcome the views of parents and carers who have accessed Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) services for their children and young people aged 0-25 who have an East Riding address. They have asked if you can complete a separate survey for each child or young person you have with SEND. Your answers should reflect experiences you have had over the last 12 months only.
The survey which can be accessed via the QR code on the letter attached below, focuses on services for education, health, social care and the voluntary sector and has been developed in partnership with colleagues from these services, including the East Yorkshire Parent Carer Forum (EYPCF).
To ensure they continue to take into consideration the views of parents and carers, this survey will be carried out every year.
For a chance of winning either a 1x£50 Amazon voucher or one of 5x£20 amazon vouchers, please complete the survey by the 30 September 2022 and you will be entered into their prize draw!
A winner will be picked at random and contacted by email or telephone before the 31 October 2022 to confirm their prize. To enter, you will need to provide either an email address or telephone number so that we can contact you about the prize if you are successful. All personal details will be destroyed after the prize winners have been contacted.
The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete, depending on the number of services you have accessed. You can skip any of the questions, should you wish further information. The survey can be made available in other languages or formats if required. To request another format, please contact them at:
Adele Simpson - SEND Communication and Partnerships Manager: email@example.com Telephone: 01482 394000
Data Protection: The information you provide in this consultation will be anonymous and kept confidential by East Riding of Yorkshire Council in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018.
To see the privacy notice related to consultation please see the consultation privacy notice. The Council uses SmartSurvey's software to create and administer the majority of its surveys. All survey responses are managed through SmartSurvey sub-processors, where data is stored securely by robust security features. Data held on the SmartSurvey platform will be retained for up to 6 weeks following the end of the consultation.
Thank you for your time and support completing this.
Cottingham High School