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Participation Contract Preferred Provider Announced

Last week, the Department for Education announced that a consortium, led by Contact are the preferred bidder for the contract to support strategic participation of Children, Young People and Parent Carers. As a part of this contract, Contact will be supporting strategic parent carer participation including local parent carer forums, the regions and the NNPCF […]

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NNPCF respond to the Governments Blue Badge Consultation

The NNPCF have today responded to the Department for Transport’s Blue Badge consultation. To view a full copy of our response please click here. The Department for Transport are proposing changes to the eligibility criteria for the Blue Badge scheme to include people with non-physical conditions. This is part of the government’s objective to ensure […]

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NNPCF Annual Report 2017

The NNPCF are pleased to present their Annual Report for 2017. We would like to take this time to thank all the Parent Carer Forums across the country for their passion, commitment and zeal over the last 12 months. It has been a challenging climate and we are grateful that you are all travelling with […]

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Ofsted and CQC ‘One Year On Report’

Ofsted and Care Quality Commission have this month launched their “One Year On” report. This report is a reflection on their findings from the first 30 SEND area joint inspections to have been carried out in year one by the inspectorates. These inspections are designed to look at the response local areas are demonstrating to […]

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Reformed Functional Skills Mathematics and English Subject Content

The NNPCF has responded to a Government consultation on the reformed subject content for functional skills qualification in Mathematics and English. The Government is reforming functional skills qualifications to improve their relevance and content, and to build their recognition and credibility in the labour market. The reformed subject content consultation document asks questions on the proposed content for […]

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