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Greenwich Parent Carer Participation Forum

Championing the voice of SEND families

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What do we do?

We bring together parents/carers of children and young adults with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), up to the age of 25 living in Royal Greenwich.

  • Provide opportunities to meet with other parents and share lived experiences
  • Support to access information, services and support
  • Run information and consultation events
  • Parent led and independent
  • Official strategy voice – critical friend
  • Do nothing without us – working in partnership


Open Forum 17/21 NOV 23

Agenda - Forum meeting 21 NOV 23

Are you interested in becoming a SEND Parent Champion?

The role of a Parent Representative 

Membership Elections


If you are interested please email or call Carol Foyle, Parent Participation Worker 0785210492



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Local Area SEND Partnership with GPCPF Memorandum of understanding

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Referral required
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About this group

Greenwich Parent Carer Forum is the new official voice of parent/carers of children and young people with SEND 0-25 living in Royal Greenwich. We will aim to:

1. set out the purpose and structure of the new forum, describing the activities the forum will take to reach its aims.

2. Ensure that the new model will be established with effective mechanisms to reach familiesthat represents the diverse and social and economic and lived experiences of families.

3. We work closely with all known groups to ensure that those parents/carers who are seldom heard /harder to reach are given the opportunity to have a voice

4.Ensure that equal regard is given to seeking the views of parents/carers whose children may be accessing mainstream and special school/ settings being supported on SEN support or with EHCP

5. Ensure that consideration is given understanding and reaching families of children and young people 0-25 and with varying special educational needs.

6 Ensure that parents continue to be involved to provide feedback on services, offer constructive challenge to current services and input co-production of new and future services and input into decision making about existing services 

Contact Name
Carol Foyle
Contact Telephone
07852 101492
Contact Email
GPCPF website