The West Sussex Families Plan 2015-2020

Closed 4 Aug 2015

Opened 14 Jul 2015

Feedback Updated 7 Apr 2016

We Asked

We asked if the West Sussex Families Plan was clear, if participants agreed with our priorities and if we needed to include anything else in the Plan. 

You Said

339 participants asked us to focus on improved education, support for parents and those being bullied, clarify the ‘Local Offer’, outline timeframes and measures, and engage with local communities and businesses to access resources and raise employment opportunities.

We Did

Timeframes and specific measures, alongside a glossary, and steps to ensure key partners engage with local communities and businesses to improve educational attainment and employment opportunities are now included in The Plan.

Results Updated 14 Mar 2016

Please find below a short summary report of the ouctome of our engagement and consultation around the West Sussex Families Plan 2015-2020.

 

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Overview

What young people and families see as the priorities for improving the life chances and opportunities for children, young people and families in West Sussex.

Why We Are Consulting

Why are we doing this?: To inform the West Sussex Partnership Families Plan and commissioning priorities for 2015-2020
What do we want to know?: What young people and families see as the priorities for improving the life chances and opportunities for children, young people and families in West Sussex.

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Children
  • Young People
  • Voluntary Organisations
  • Community Organisations

Interests

  • Families
  • Children & Young People