SEND Self Evaluation

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Cornwall’s special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) system wide self-evaluation (SEF)

For our day to day activity and inspection there are three key questions: How we identify who has SEND? What provision is made for children and young people with SEND? And, what is the impact of what we do?

Our services are key aspects of our full range of provision in Cornwall.

Our current system wide SEND self-evaluation has to focus on the three main questions above. If you need more information about the SEND SEF process please contact Nick Millward or Rachel Delourme who are leading on the SEF on behalf of the SEND Performance and Engagement Group.

Our SEND services will feature in our SEF. We need a shared understanding of the offer of each service, including areas of strength and what needs to change.

This piece of work will:

  • allow us to evaluate the functioning of our services
  • allow us to identify areas of strength both within services and between services
  • allow us to confirm what needs to change and develop
  • provide a strong evidence base for our joint SEND inspection.

Each SEND related service is being asked to complete a common template broadly based on the signs of safety model, routinely used by a number of services across the county.

Please complete the survey by midday on 12 August 2022.

You may want to keep a copy of this for your service development plans so please copy this information or print and retain a copy.

Our data protection and confidentiality statement

How will you protect my information?

Your data will be stored securely and will only be accessible by members of Together for Families. Your consent for your data to be used in the evaluation will be assumed from you starting the survey.

Who am I giving my information to?

The evaluation is being carried out by Together for Families. You can view our privacy notice at www.cornwall.gov.uk/tffprivacynotice.

How will you store my personal data?

Survey responses will be collected using the Let’s Talk Cornwall survey software. By completing this survey, you consent to this transfer of your information. This includes any information which may represent your personal data. All the information you share with Together for Families will be stored safely for the duration of the evaluation. It will be destroyed one year after it has finished.

Let’s Talk Cornwall is the system used to collate the data and create reports from it. You can view the privacy statement on the Let’s Talk Cornwall website.

Cornwall’s special educational needs and/or disability (SEND) system wide self-evaluation (SEF)

For our day to day activity and inspection there are three key questions: How we identify who has SEND? What provision is made for children and young people with SEND? And, what is the impact of what we do?

Our services are key aspects of our full range of provision in Cornwall.

Our current system wide SEND self-evaluation has to focus on the three main questions above. If you need more information about the SEND SEF process please contact Nick Millward or Rachel Delourme who are leading on the SEF on behalf of the SEND Performance and Engagement Group.

Our SEND services will feature in our SEF. We need a shared understanding of the offer of each service, including areas of strength and what needs to change.

This piece of work will:

  • allow us to evaluate the functioning of our services
  • allow us to identify areas of strength both within services and between services
  • allow us to confirm what needs to change and develop
  • provide a strong evidence base for our joint SEND inspection.

Each SEND related service is being asked to complete a common template broadly based on the signs of safety model, routinely used by a number of services across the county.

Please complete the survey by midday on 12 August 2022.

You may want to keep a copy of this for your service development plans so please copy this information or print and retain a copy.

Our data protection and confidentiality statement

How will you protect my information?

Your data will be stored securely and will only be accessible by members of Together for Families. Your consent for your data to be used in the evaluation will be assumed from you starting the survey.

Who am I giving my information to?

The evaluation is being carried out by Together for Families. You can view our privacy notice at www.cornwall.gov.uk/tffprivacynotice.

How will you store my personal data?

Survey responses will be collected using the Let’s Talk Cornwall survey software. By completing this survey, you consent to this transfer of your information. This includes any information which may represent your personal data. All the information you share with Together for Families will be stored safely for the duration of the evaluation. It will be destroyed one year after it has finished.

Let’s Talk Cornwall is the system used to collate the data and create reports from it. You can view the privacy statement on the Let’s Talk Cornwall website.

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