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official logo of the Manchester Parent ChampionsThe Parent Champions are parents who have experienced and/or know about the range of services and support available through the Local Offer. They are well-placed to tell other parents about the Local Offer and the help and support that’s out there.

Parents who join the PC programme can do as little or as much as you like. There is an initial introductory training session available to give you a good understanding of the Local Offer. All that is asked of a Parent Champion is that you “pass it on” to other parents. Just making them aware of the Local Offer in the everyday conversations you have with other parents. There is more training and support for those that want it and each champion is linked to an IAS case worker who can give more specific advice when needed. Parent Champions can also be supported to become involved in particular areas of interest.

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Twitter: @championsparent

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How to Get Involved with the Local Area SEND Inspection

Ofsted and Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspectors will be coming to Manchester next week to assess how effective our local area is at identifying and meeting the needs of children & young people who have Special Educational Needs and/or Disabilities (SEND).

The inspection will take

Home-to-School Transport Issues

Over the past few months, we’ve heard from a number of parents and carers about issues they’ve encountered with regards to school transport. We raised your concerns, as well as a request to make public the home-to-school transport policy, to strategic contacts within Manchester City

Local Area SEND Interim Visit

Back in March, Manchester was ‘visited’ by Ofsted and the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for what is called a local area SEND interim visit.

As part of their visit, inspectors met with local area leaders from