Better together - share your views

Bromley's Local Offer annual survey of services and support

This annual survey is one of many steps Bromley Council and our partners are taking to better understand the lived experiences of the parents and carers of children, teenagers and young adults (aged from birth to 25) who have special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in the borough.

Please help us to understand what it’s like for families with a child, teenager or young adult who has a special educational need and/or a disability (SEND) to live in Bromley.

This survey will take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

We realise that to complete the survey you will be giving up your own personal time. That’s why we are publicly promising to read and learn from every story that you tell us. The lessons we learn will help us will help us improve what we do and how we do it.  All results will be anonymous and will be published on the Bromley Local Offer.

The survey will close on Friday 4 June 2021 at midday.

Complete the survey

Shaping the Local Offer, children and young peoples survey

The Local offer is a web site where you can find information about the services available across Bromley that support children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities

If you are a young person in Bromley up to the age of 25 who has SEND we would love to hear the views about the Local Offer and what you would like us to include in a new “hub” especially for you.

Please complete our online survey to share your views

Complete survey

Shaping your Local Offer - your views count!

We want everyone to have a say in developing services across Bromley and to help us make our Local Offer better. You can make your ideas count by emailing us at or give us your views at

You can download our Local Offer leaflet

Children and young people engagement in Bromley

Find out how we are working to strengthen our engagement with children and young people

You Said, We Did!

We are keen to show how we have listened to your views and turned this into positive actions through our latest You Said, We Did highlights report