Here some suggested organisations that offer expert advice on SN.

BBC Radio 4 any questions

(4 Posts)
AnotherAlias Wed 24-Apr-13 22:27:23

Thanks - ah all of those are good ideas.. thanks....have a feeling the holidays one could be a goer ...

The ticket has space on it for you to put your questions on - I gather you hand them in as you go into the hall, so still have time if anything else occurs to anyone....

auntevil Wed 24-Apr-13 19:06:09

Unless maybe linked to the chronic shortage of places, longer school days, longer time at school, Academies cherry picking students, changes in benefits and its likely impact on deprivation for those that are either disabled or families etc etc.
It all depends how you phrase the question and what recent c**k ups that the gov. has ventured on.

NoHaudinMaWheest Wed 24-Apr-13 15:15:57

Questions are usually about things that have been in the news that week.
Have you already submitted a question? If not you could use the Childrens' Commissioner's report on illegal exclusions to hang your question on as children with SNs are often affected.

AnotherAlias Wed 24-Apr-13 07:14:57

if the panel consists of a Green MP, Sir Ming Campbell and the shadow secretary of state for energy, does this mean they would only take a question about special needs if it had been in the press this week?

(am thinking of dropping me ticket back...)

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