Ofsted/CQQ Revisit 

Birmingham City Council and the CCG take the findings of the Local Area (Council and NHS) revisit extremely seriously and are working to make immediate and long term improvements.  Please see our plans for change on this page.

Links:

May 2022

Improving Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) Services in Birmingham

John Coughlan DfE Commissioner Letter – May 2022 – pdf version
John Coughlan DfE Commissioner Letter – May 2022 – Word version

First Report to the Secretary of State for Education by John Coughlan CBE, Commissioner for SEND Services in Birminghampdf version

First Report to the Secretary of State for Education by John Coughlan CBE, Commissioner for SEND Services in Birmingham – Word version

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May 2021

Link to the Ofsted letter

Link to the Birmingham City Council Ofsted page

Joint statement from Cllr Kate Booth, Cabinet Member for children’s wellbeing at Birmingham City Council, and Paul Jennings, Chief Executive of Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning GroupCQC

Letter to Parents and Carers from Kevin Crompton, Interim Director of Education and Skills

Letter to Schools from Kevin Crompton, Interim Director of Education and Skills

Link to the Written Statement of Action 2019