Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will carry out jointly a re-visit of your local area following the previous inspection that took place between 9 March and 13 March
The re-visit will evaluate how effectively leaders have addressed the areas of significant weaknesses detailed in the written statement of action (WSOA). The re-visit will be carried out in line with updated guidance about the return to Area SEND inspection, you can read this guidance here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/local-area-sendinspection-guidance-for-inspectors
During the re-visit, Ofsted and CQC inspectors will be keen to speak to as many children and young people and their parents and carers as possible, specifically about the weaknesses identified in the WSOA. These meetings may take place online.
How can local children, young people, parents and carers contribute their views during this local area re-visit?
There are several ways in which children, young people, parents and carers can engage with the re-visit process and contribute their views.
The inspectors will gather the contributions of parents and carers through an online survey and a range of other methods.
1. Parents and carers who would like to take part in this survey can follow this internet link: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/X610YU/ The survey will open at 12 noon on Friday 18 November 2022 and close at 12 noon on Friday 25 November 2022. If you need help completing the survey, please contact the Somerset Parent Carer Forum.
2. Parents and carers can email their contributions to: Lasend.email@example.com
3. Parents and carers can contact the Somerset Parent Carer Forum to find out more about about how they can contribute their views during the local area re-visit:
firstname.lastname@example.org 01458 259384 or 07543 680365.
Details about the local area SEND re-visit will be available on the Somerset SEND Local Offer website: https://beta.somerset.gov.uk/education-and-families/the-local-offer/aboutthe-local-offer/somersets-plan-for-improving-send-services and distributed through the
local area’s Integrated Care Board