Bristol City Council SEND Survey

Following on from last year’s surveys, Bristol City Council are again asking children and young people with SEND and their parents and carers to share their views about the services in Bristol.

Each survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and all those taking part will have the opportunity to be entered into a draw to win one of two £10 ‘Love to Shop’ vouchers that can be spent on-line or in store at more than 20,000 shops, restaurants and attractions.

The survey will be live for 7 weeks (18January – 5 March) and links to the surveys are on every page of Bristol’s SEND Local Offer website.

Click here to take part in the parent carer survey

Click here to take part in the children and young people’s survey

Easy Read versions of both surveys are attached also available to download from the survey home page.

The survey results will be published on Bristol’s SEND Local Offer website in the summer term.

Are you a Disabled person looking for a job in community development?

The Community Development Team in Bristol City Council is currently advertising 4 Community Development Practitioner roles and they would like to have applications from members of equalities groups.

To find out more visit their job webpage (https://www.bristol.gov.uk/web/jobs ) and search using the word “community” to find more information and apply – closing date is Sunday 4 October.

Easton + Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Forum.

Members of Bristol City Council, including Mayor Marvin Rees will be taking questions and discussing local matters via Zoom.

Wednesday 16th September, 6.30- 8.30 pm

Easton and Lawrence Hill Neighbourhood Forum Zoom Wednesday 16 September, 6.30pm-8.30pm 
www.upourstreet.org.uk @upourstreet 

Register your attendance here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctcOyurTIuHdY4pyNuPPBQp4i_9et0J7Z0 

AGENDA 

6.30pm Welcome and introductions (Chair – Manu Maunganidze) 

6.35pm Introducing our new organisation (Stacy and Manu) 

6.40pm Mayor Marvin Rees 
Thank you and introduction to ‘Build Back Better’ 

6.50pm Christina Gray, Director of Public Health 
Covid-19 Local Outbreak Plans 

7pm Comfort break 

7.10pm Councillor Asher Craig, Deputy Mayor with responsibility for 
Communities, Equalities and Public Health Black Lives Matter and Colston statute – what next? What do mean by ‘Liveable Neighbourhoods’? Deliberative democracy 

7.45pm Q&A 
We will spend 15 mins on pre submitted questions and 15 mins on questions submitted on the chat via zoom. 

8.15pm Councillors Afzal Shah, Ruth Pickersgill and Marg Hickman 

8.30pm Close