QTVI survey on post 16 specialist support

We are calling on the help of Qualified teachers of visually impaired children and young people (QTVIs) to take part in our short survey about specialist support and provision for learners within post 16 education.

Complete our survey

This survey follows the recent release of the SEND green paper. The long-awaited paper highlights the inconsistent and process-heavy system parents and learners need to navigate. This can result in difficulties and delays in getting the right support at the right time to learners.

The visions of the green paper are to deliver a more inclusive, consistent, transparent and accountable SEND system. It aims to streamline a good foundation of support from early years through to post 16 education. However, very little emphasis is placed on specialist support and provisions for low-incidence, high-need learners, such as those who are blind and partially sighted moving onto post 16 education.

We want to better understand how post 16 specialist support and provisions is being delivered to learners and if statuary requirements are being met. Your response will shape our recommendations into the SEND consultation.

The survey should take no longer than 30 minutes and all responses will be kept anonymous.

Please complete and submit the survey by the 23rd May. If you have any questions or would like to have an in depth conversation please contact: studentsupport@pocklington-trust.org.uk

Complete our survey

At Thomas Pocklington Trust we continue to strive to improve the quality and accessibility of education being delivered to blind and partially sighted learners.

Thank you for your time.

To access the full green paper visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/send-review-right-support-right-place-right-time



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