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Miss T Caveney

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School Information Report: All Saints C of E Primary School

Our job is to help your child achieve the very best they can at school. The booklet below will inform you of the types of support available for your child at All Saints C of E Primary School. It will help you understand who can help and how this support can be accessed.

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Survey – A Review of SEND Services for Children & Young People Aged 0-25 in Manchester

Hello Parent/Carers,
Manchester Parent Carer Forum has been asked by the Manchester SEND Board to gather the views of parents and carers on what is going well and what could be improved in our local area. We would be grateful if you could complete this short survey on Education, Health and Care (EHC) services and Manchester's Local Offer. 

Your individual personal information will not be shared with services, but we (MPCF) will collate all the survey responses and share them with the SEND Board to show what parents and carers feel needs improving.

The answers that parents and carers give in these surveys are leading to changes in services, so your views are really important.

The survey consists of 21 questions and should take approximately 10 minutes to complete.

If you have more than one child/young person with SEND, please fill out another survey for each child if possible.

Please submit your answers by 30th June. Thank you!

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With research suggesting that parents are often unable to identify obesity in their own children a new animated web tool, called Champ OnTrack, has been launched in Manchester to help tackle childhood obesity.

Created as part of the Children’s Health and Monitoring Programme (NHS CHAMP) project, the animation is one of a number of measures taken by a city-wide partnership addressing childhood obesity in Manchester.

The partnership includes Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust andThe University of Manchester’s Health eResearch Centre .  It is also supported by Health Education England.

Click on the image above or here to view ChampOnTrack.


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