Feelings during Covid 19 - University of York
The University of York are interested in how children with special educational needs and disabilities are feeling during the Coronavirus outbreak and how parents/guardians would like to be supported. They would like to invite you or your contacts to complete a 10-15 minute online survey by clicking this link ( https://york.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_bOgVYgzeDyJLCmx ). If you have any queries about this survey, please contact the research team directly on email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
We want to hear from a range of EYSEND practitioners, including people with local responsibilities, as well as parents about the ways in which you are supporting young children with SEND during coronavirus. Please fill out this survey to help us gather information to share with the DfE, and inform the way in which support from the EYSEND programme might be offered.
This survey will close at 10am on Monday 18th May.
Survey for Wigan Parent Carers May 2020
In order for us to capture as many voices as possible and have your views represented in how Wigan Council move forward with their plans please be sure to complete this survey which will be passed on to Wigan Council SEND Team : https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/SchoolsandSettingsWiganCovid19
Important Survey complete and return.... also a chance to win an Ipad...
COVID-19 has affected us all. We want to find out how your lives have changed and what you think our priorities should be in response to the new opportunities and challenges we face as a borough.
In 2018 we launched the Big Listening Project, speaking to thousands of residents across the borough to develop our Deal 2030 strategy. We know the current pandemic may have altered your opinion on what matters most which is why we need your feedback and ideas.
Your views will help us to create a recovery plan for the borough, by the borough.
Returning to school/setting
Parent Carers please complete this survey on your thoughts and concerns about your child returning to their school or setting.
Young People's survey.