Recently closed consultations and surveys

  • E-brief Survey

    Dear colleagues, The Adult Social Care e-brief is the primary news channel for staff members and our key partners and stakeholders. There have been changes to how it is presented in the last year, and we would like to gauge that e-brief is still used and is a valuable medium. We are seeking your views to help further improve the content and delivery. Many thanks. More
    Closed 30 March 2015
  • Surrey Schools' Health and Safety Survey 2014

    Every two years we ask schools to complete and return a questionnaire to us. We do it because: we have a duty for those schools where we are the employer to monitor health and safety arrangements for academies that buy back our services, it is an opportunity for us to support you in checking your arrangements The survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete. Please note that all community schools and those that use Surrey County Council insurance must... More
    Closed 31 March 2015
  • GP Information and Advice Provision Survey

    The Care Act 2014 (effective from 1 April 2015) requires a universal information and advice service about care and support to be available in each area of England. There is a dependency on key partners in health to ensure this information and advice is available when, and where residents, need it. This survey for GP practices is critical in understanding how information is currently being provided to residents in Surrey and the findings will help the local authority in focusing its efforts... More
    Closed 13 April 2015
  • Second Surrey Umbrella Survey Secondary Schools

    Surrey Umbrella is a county wide network that supports, champions and shares best practice in developing arts and cultural opportunities for children and young people. As part of the work of Surrey Umbrella Surrey Arts are looking at the 'cold spots' within the county for schools engagement with artists and cultural organisations. One way in which Surrey Arts are consulting on this mapping exercise is by asking Surrey schools to complete this survey. It will take between 10-15 minutes to... More
    Closed 15 April 2015
  • Second Surrey Umbrella Survey Primary Schools

    Surrey Umbrella is a county wide network that supports, champions and shares best practice in developing arts and cultural opportunities for children and young people. As part of the work of Surrey Umbrella Surrey Arts are looking at the 'cold spots' within the county for schools engagement with artists and cultural organisations. One way in which Surrey Arts are consulting as part of this mapping exercise is by asking Surrey schools to complete this survey. It will take between 10-15... More
    Closed 15 April 2015
  • Elmbridge Young People's Survey

    Win an iPad mini! Please take 15 minutes to share your views on what it’s like for you being a young person in Elmbridge. All those who complete the survey will have the opportunity to be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad mini! Elmbridge Borough Council, Surrey County Council and voluntary, community and faith organisations want to hear what’s important to you and what we could do to make a difference for you growing up in Elmbridge. Your views will help us to improve... More
    Closed 19 April 2015
  • Proposed amalgamation of Weybourne and William Cobbett Schools

    Surrey County Council, in partnership with the governing bodies of Weybourne Infant School and William Cobbett Junior School, is proposing to amalgamate the two schools to form a Primary School by extending the age range at William Cobbett Junior School and closing Weybourne Infant School. The resulting extended primary school would incorporate both existing sites. More
    Closed 19 April 2015
  • Consultation on the drug section of the Surrey Substance Misuse Strategy

    This draft substance misuse strategy is being developed to prevent and reduce social and physical harm caused by substance misuse in Surrey. We want to offer every support to make drug taking less accessible and desirable, and to enable and motivate people to fully recover from drug dependancy. The Surrey Substance Misuse Partnership Group has developed this draft strategy through collecting views from service users and providers of support and treatment, looking at local and national data... More
    Closed 11 May 2015
  • Redesignation of Limpsfield Grange School

    The review of specialist provision across Surrey identified that there was a mismatch between the overall Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) pupil profile in Surrey and the range of provision available across mainstream, specialist centres and special schools. There has been continued growth in the number of pupils with a diagnosis on the Autitsitc spectrum and this represents the biggest gap in provision. Surrey County Council and Limpsfield Grange School have been working... More
    Closed 11 May 2015
  • Change to the age range of The Willows Short Stay School

    The local authority has a duty to review the Short Stay provision it supports and to ensure the provision meets the statutory requirements relating to pupils that have been excluded from schools. The Willows Primary offers statutory provision for pupils who have been or are at risk of being permanently excluded from a school and who live in the South West area of Surrey. The Willows secondary is a girls–only, non-statutory provision. It offers places to pupils from across all Surrey... More
    Closed 20 May 2015
  • Feedback on Local Prevention for Young People commissioning survey

    Local Prevention is commissioned by Services for Young People to build young people's resilience and is linked to the Early Help Strategy. Early Help addresses young people's needs to prevent the needs increasing and reduces demand on statutory services. This can range from prevention of a young person becoming NEET to prevention of a young person becoming looked after. We have recommissioned Local Prevention provision and from 1st September 2015 each District and Borough will have a... More
    Closed 23 May 2015
  • Supporting Medical conditions in education settings

    Surrey County Council, Virgin Care and the Learning Enterprise are consulting with schools to find out what what training they need to help them support pupils with medical conditions. More
    Closed 29 May 2015
  • Surrey Breastfeeding Strategy 2015 - 2020 'Building a Happy Baby' Conference Evaluation

    This is the evaluation for the 'Building a Happy Baby' Breastfeeding Conference that took place on the 21st April 2015 at Leatherhead Leisure Centre. We want to give you the opportunity to share your views on how the conference went and find out what you gained from the experience. This will help us in developing and delivering events in the future and completing the 'Building a Happy Baby' Breastfeedng Strategy 2015-2020. We would also like to hear your views on our vision so far to... More
    Closed 15 June 2015
  • District and borough council information and advice survey

    The Care Act 2014 came into force on the 1st April 2015. As part of the Act (clause 4) a duty was placed on Surrey County Council to provide a universal information and advice service about care and support for its residents. The act also places a duty to work collaboratively with our partners, including district and borough councils, to provide the service. More
    Closed 18 June 2015
  • Hawkedale Infants - A Foundation School

    Hawkedale Infants - A Foundation School and Surrey County Council have been working together to consider making a significant change to Hawkedale Infants by expanding the school from a single form of entry (1FE) infant school to a single form of entry (1FE) all through primary school. The governing body would like to expand the school which would provide benefits for the local community whilst increasing the number of school places in the Sunbury on Thames area. Our proposal is that... More
    Closed 3 July 2015
  • Danetree Junior School

    Surrey County Council, together with Danetree Junior School, Ewell Grove Infant and Nursery School, and West Ewell Infant and Nursery School, have been working together to look at the increasing demand for primary school places in the Ewell area and how these schools can best meet these changing needs in the future. Our proposal is that: Danetree Junior School changes from a four form of entry (4FE) junior school to a 4FE all through primary school with a nursery. The proposed change... More
    Closed 10 July 2015
  • Ewell Grove Infant and Nursery School

    Surrey County Council, together with Ewell Grove Infant and Nursery School, West Ewell Infant and Nursery School and Danetree Junior School, have been working together to look at the increasing demand for primary school places in the Ewell area and how these schools can best meet these changing needs in the future. Our proposal is that: Ewell Grove Infant and Nursery School changes from a 2.3 form of entry (2.3FE) infant school to a 2FE all through primary school. The proposed change... More
    Closed 10 July 2015
  • West Ewell Infant and Nursery School

    Surrey County Council, together with West Ewell Infant and Nursery School, Danetree Junior School and Ewell Grove Infant and Nursery School, have been working together to look at the increasing demand for primary school places in the Ewell area and how these schools can best meet these changing needs in the future. Our proposal is that: West Ewell Infant and Nursery school changes from a 4FE infant school to a 2FE all through primary school. The proposed change would take effect from... More
    Closed 10 July 2015
  • Dovers Green School

    Surrey County Council and Dovers Green School have been working together to look at the increasing demand for primary school places in Reigate and how the school can best meet these changing needs in the future. Our proposal is that Dovers Green School changes from a two form entry infant school to a three form entry infant school. The school in its new form would be designed to serve children across the Reigate area. The school has already taken a bulge year in 2014/15, and will accept... More
    Closed 17 July 2015
  • Stanwell Youth Centre

    The answers to the following questions will help us to find out the needs and wants of Young People in Stanwell. These answers will also let us know if you are getting what you need and want from your local Youth Centre and its Youth Workers. Please answer the questions honestly and if we have missed anything please let us know. More
    Closed 29 July 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Elmbridge

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 21 August 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Waverley

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 21 August 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Mole Valley

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 23 August 2015
  • Planning for care in Surrey

    Surrey County Council and its partners are seeking the views of residents who fund their own care and have developed this online survey to gather their views. It is estimated that Surrey currently has up to 32,000 residents, over the age of 50, who currently fund their own care, which is higher compared to other areas around the country. So it’s important we research local residents’ understanding of social care needs and care and support available, what they currently pay for and... More
    Closed 23 August 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Epsom & Ewell

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 28 August 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Tandridge

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 28 August 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Runnymede

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 28 August 2015
  • SSIASS SEND conference 11th June at Epsom Downs Confidential Feedback questionnaire

    The purpose of this consultation is to determine whether the conference met the needs of those who attended and to improve the delivery of future conferences to ensure that they meet the needs of our service users. More
    Closed 31 August 2015
  • Guildford Park and Ride: Important changes to concessionary travel

    Introduction of charges for older person’s pass holders on Guildford Park and Ride services from 2 November 2015 From Monday 2 November 2015, older person’s bus pass holders travelling on any of the Guildford Park and Ride services will be charged a concessionary £1 day return fare. The introduction of this charge follows a recent public consultation in which over 1,600 residents had their say on the proposals. The £1 day return fare will be applicable all day on every day these... More
    Closed 1 September 2015
  • Changes to Community Youth Work Service In Spelthorne

    We are making changes to the Community Youth Work Service (CYWS) in Surrey. CYWS helps young people to be more employable by building their resilience, developing their skills and improving their wellbeing through youth work. Youth work is often delivered from youth centres, but youth workers also work in the places where young people meet, for example in local parks. It is a way of working with young people that is voluntary and helps them to develop their skills, knowledge and... More
    Closed 4 September 2015
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