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Here we list all current and closed Royal Greenwich consultations for you to keep up to date with.

Royal Borough of Greenwich SEND Strategy – Open

The RBG Special Educational Needs & Disability (SEND) Strategy outlines the values, principles and key priorities that will guide the Royal Borough of Greenwich and partners in its decision-making process over the next three years in supporting children and young people from 0-25 with special educational needs and/or disabilities and their carers. 

To ensure we have got it right, we would like to hear your views on the key priorities outlined within the strategy. Your feedback will help us to ensure that our priorities are responsive to the needs of children and young people with a SEND and their families within RBG.

PA Service – closed

Children services recognises the need to have more availability of personal assistants to support children and young people with a SEND. As part of the engagement process we are interested in listening to your views about what you require from a PA finder service.

The information that you provide us with will help to shape the service specification document in order for us to commission a provider.


Short Breaks Strategy – closed

The Royal Borough of Greenwich will be commissioning our new short break provision for children aged 0-17 to start from April 1st, 2019.

As part of the commissioning process we are consulting with parents/ carers and children /young people.

Feedback has informed our commissioning arrangements going forward. We have collated parent, carer and child preferences and added this information to our service specification documents for providers.


Royal Borough of Greenwich Summer Scheme 2018 - closed

As part of our commissioning process for summer 2019 Royal Borough of Greenwich would like to gain your feedback on the summer scheme that your child/ young person took part in this year. 

All information given is confidential and will be used solely for the purpose of improving access and quality of the forthcoming summer schemes. 

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