Dear Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council,

On the 28th October 2019 Wirral Council received a report from Premier Advisory Group (PAG) who had been doing an "external review of mainstream provision for special educational needs and commissioning of specialist and special school places phase 2 & 3".

This report contained the following chapters:-

Local and National Policy Context
Demographics and Need
Out of Borough and Independent Schools
Home to School Transport Provision
Option 1 – Renewal of Wirral Hospitals’ School operating objectives and admissions criteria, which is time limited
SEMH Option vDraft Final
Resourced Provision
Option 1 - Re-organisation of Foxfield School and Meadowside School
Overview of the Kingsway Site, Feasibility Study and Outline of Potential Options
Transition to Adulthood
Transition between Key Stages and Phases
Wirral Strategic Aims
Current Education Provision
Quality of Provision
Educational Outcomes
Consultation and Feedback
Data and Process Management
Improving Quality of EHCPs
Training and CPD

This request is for a copy of the report referred to above and my preference is for it to be supplied as a computer file rather than in paper form.

I remind you of your duty under s.16 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to provide advice and assistance to those making requests.

Yours faithfully,

John Brace

InfoMgr, FinDMT, Wirral Metropolitan Borough Council

Dear Mr John Brace


Thank you for your recent request made under the Freedom of Information


Wirral Council can advise that you may wish to direct your enquiry to
Premier Advisory Group (PAG) as this report is not the property of Wirral


To assist and advise please see contact detail as follows:


Premier Advisory Group (PAG)  contact details are:
Education Director
07946 023808


We trust that this assists with your enquiries.


Yours sincerely



Tracy O'Hare

Information Management Officer

Business Management

Treasury Building

Argyle Street

CH41 1AH

[2]Tel:0151 691 8397

[3][Wirral Borough Council request email]





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