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Greenwich Parent Voice

We are an independent group of parents in Greenwich who all have children with a disability or special educational needs.We are committed to giving a voice to all carers and families in government. We do this through

  • Making parents aware of all occasions where their views are needed.
  • Listening to parents and recording their opinions.
  • Giving the full range of opinions to decision makers in the local and heath authority.
  • Making sure those views count in the process.
  • Providing a Twitter account, facebook and website where parents can network with each another.
  • Listing news and up-to-date information online so parents can comment on any subject that is important to them.
  • Hosting free information events, walks, coffee mornings and gatherings where parents can be together and find out more in relaxed surroundings.

Improving services for our children

We have a statutory role in passing on parent and carer views to decision makers and making sure these have influence. We point out the problems and the service gaps, what’s working well and what needs to improve.

You talk and we listen

Anyone who is parent or carer of a disabled child living in Greenwich can tell us what they think. We hear the views of parents and carers at school coffee mornings, at our free events, on GPV walks around the borough and our creative drop-in sessions. Go to our diary and news pages on our website for details of these.

You can also contact us by email or through our twitter @GPVinfo and facebook. If you aren’t able to easily access the internet you can get in touch with us through your school SENCO.

 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Vivien Davies / Joanne Delap
Contact Position
Directors
Telephone
No phone service
E-mail
info@greenwichparentvoice.com
Website
www.greenwichparentvoice.com

Other Details

Availability

Other notes

 

Greenwich Parent Voice is supported and monitored by Contact a Family and the National Network of Parent Carer Forums. We are funded by the Department of Education.

Last updated on 01/07/2019
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