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Westminster City Council - Children and young people who have additional support 2019

This survey is for: 
Children and Young People who have extra support and may have an Education Health and Care Plan, also known as an EHCP.


An Education Health and Care Plan:
Is the plan that describes what is important to a child or young person, their needs and says what support they should get.


The survey is being carried out by:
The local authority and a charity called 'In Control'.

Who wants to know:
How helpful your support is to you, to help improve things for other children and young people who need support. 


The answers may be read by: 
Your Local Authority, school or health service. But they will not know who wrote them.  In Control will also read your answers. People who read your answers will not know who wrote them. 


The answers will be used to: 
Help improve the way that people get support where you live and across the country. The answers will also be used to write reports that will be made public. 

Someone you trust can help you complete the questions:
If you need help to answer the questions you can ask a member of staff, a friend or family member to help you. 


If you do not want to take part then that is absolutely fine:
You can also choose to answer some or all of the questions. If you do answer them we will only use them in the way we have described.


If you are under the age of 16:
You must have agreement from your parent or guardian to complete this questionnaire

There are 27 questions in this survey.
This survey is anonymous.

The record of your survey responses does not contain any identifying information about you, unless a specific survey question explicitly asked for it.

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