In North Lincolnshire we ensure that the needs and views of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities, and their parents or carers, are at the forefront of any changes taking place locally. We also place a strong emphasis on ‘co-production’ when implementing the SEND reforms.

We have been working with key stakeholders. These include children, young people and their parents and carers. As well as a wide range of professionals and independent voluntary organisations. We will continue to do this so that we achieve better outcomes locally.

Current Consultations

UK Disability Survey

The Cabinet Office Disability Unit has launched the UK Disability Survey.

We want to hear from as many people as possible. We are particularly keen to hear from disabled people, their carers, friends and family; but views from the wider public are also very welcome. The survey will remain open until 23 April 2021. All views will be used to shape the delivery of the plans we set out in the forthcoming Strategy, with those that we receive by 13 February informing the development of the Strategy.

We’ve tried to make sure the survey, which is hosted on Citizen Space, as accessible as possible. It is available in Easy Read and British Sign Language. Written responses can be sent to: A braille version is available on request and blind or partially sighted people who are having difficulty filling in the online survey can email RNIB for advice or support at:

Feedback on the Local Offer website

If you would like to offer some feedback on the Local Offer website please use the link below.

We have consulted with children, young people, parents, carers and families on the Local Offer.

Our You Said We Did report details who we have consulted with. It includes their comments on the Local Offer. It also includes our response to those comments and what action we intend to take in relation to those comments

Last modified: March 17, 2021