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  • Only 26% agree that their child/young person is developing the skills they need for work. This increases slightly to 30% for those with an EHCP
  • Those with children/young people with vision/hearing difficulties (caution low base) are more likely to agree that they are developing the skills needed for work compared to those with other needs.

How much do you agree/disagree that your child or young person is developing the skills needed for work?

Base: Children/young people aged 13+ (2023 sample): (154)

This chart shows that:
3% of respondents strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 23% agree, 26% neither agree nor disagree, 26% disagree and 23% strongly disagree.

How much do you agree/disagree that your child or young person is developing the skills needed for work? - by EHCP

Base (2023 sample 13+): EHCP (97) | No EHCP (57)

This chart shows that:
4% of respondents whose child does not have an EHCP strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 14% agree, 18% neither agree nor disagree, 32% disagree and 33% strongly disagree.
2% of respondents whose child does have an EHCP strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 28% agree, 31% neither agree nor disagree, 23% disagree and 16% strongly disagree.

How much do you agree/disagree that your child or young person is developing the skills needed for work? - by SEND need

Base (2023 sample 13+): Vision/hearing (13*) | Physical (24*) | Social, emotional or mental health (109) |Communication and interaction (114) | Learning (78) | *caution low base

This chart shows that:
15% of respondents whose child has a vision or hearing need strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 31% agree, 15% neither agree nor disagree, 23% disagree and 15% strongly disagree.
4% of respondents whose child has a physical need strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 33% agree, 17% neither agree nor disagree, 17% disagree and 29% strongly disagree.
3% of respondents whose child has a social, emotional or mental health need strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 15% agree, 27% neither agree nor disagree, 32% disagree and 24% strongly disagree.
3% of respondents whose child has a communication and interaction need strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 20% agree, 27% neither agree nor disagree, 26% disagree and 24% strongly disagree.
1% of respondents whose child has a learning difficulty strongly agree that their child or young person are developing the skills they need for work whilst 22% agree, 26% neither agree nor disagree, 26% disagree and 26% strongly disagree.