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Please tell us how the local offer website could be improved?

Base: All those making a comment (38)

This table shows that:
37% of those using the local offer website think it could be improved by making it easier to navigate (e.g. arrange information by age groups, taking into consideration that some parents/carers also have SEND)
11% would like the local offer website to be kept up to date better and for notifications to be sent out when changes are made
11% would like clearer and more accurate information
8% would like more information for 16+ young people e.g. going to college
8% would like more information on schools and what each offers
5% would like a better response to people who get in contact
5% would like more help to be available to more people
11% would like to see other improvements (e.g. publicised more, less misleading website name, continued input from parents/carers and SEND young people).

wdt_ID Key themes mentioned Percentage (%)
1 Make it easier to navigate (e.g. arrange information by age groups/some parents/carers have SEND also) 37
2 Keep up to date and notify when it is updated 11
3 Clearer and more accurate information 11
4 More information for 16+ young people e.g. going to college 8
5 More information on schools and what each offers 8
6 Better response to people who get in contact 5
7 More help available to more people 5
8 Other (publicised more, name of website misleading, continued input from parents/ carers and SEND young people) 11

“More information. More clearly presented. List of schools and their provisions. Easier to use. More searchable. Provide a list of what is on it.”

“It’s a very useful website but the name of it meant I didn’t use it for a long time and I thought it was just a local discount site. There’s quite a lot of info to take in so maybe some better categorising on the website would be helpful.”

“I like being directed straight to the right page with support. I don’t have time to navigate everything. There’s not much about getting ready to go to college and work.”