POET Questionnaire Survey

Families, Children and Young People across the Bradford District are being asked to take part in a national pilot study to evaluate experiences of the Education, Health and Care (EHC) Plan assessment and planning process.

The pilot study is being led by the charity ‘In Control’ with Lancaster University, and is supported by the Department for Education. It involves the use of a new questionnaire that has been developed and known as the Personal Outcomes Evaluation Tool (POET) to look at what is working well and what is not working with EHC Plans and also whether they have made a difference to Children and Young People’s lives.


If you and your child have been through the EHC Plan process, Bradford District Council would like to encourage you to give your views and share your experiences by completing a POET questionnaire. There is one questionnaire for a Parent/Carer and one for a Child/Young Person to complete. The use of POET will provide the Local Authority with valuable feedback around EHC Plans.


Please Note: POET is national pilot and the questionnaires have been developed by In Control.  Bradford Council would like to take part in the pilot and will use the responses received to contribute towards service development and review.


For more information about POET click here


If you would like to kindly complete the Online POET Questionnaire here is:
Online Survey for parents/carers of children and young people who have an EHC Plan click here  
Online Survey for children and Young People who have a EHC Plan, their life and the support they get click here

If you would like to print and post the easy read version of the POET questionnaire please see the File link below

Questionnaires must be completed no later than 31st December 2015.
If you have any questions about how to submit the questionnaire please ring 01274 439261 or email the Local Offer

Files

Parents/Carer POET Questionnaire

Children and young people POET Questionnaire

Practitioner POET Questionnaire 


 


Action

Published: 04/12/2015
Audience: Survey for practitioners working with children and young people who have an Education Health and Car
Contact: Sarah Pawson

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