Children and Young People’s Survey Update from Sarah Thurgood – Public Health Intelligence
February 22, 2016
I just wanted to update governors on a couple of new and exciting things happening with the Children and Young People’s Survey:
Informing young people about the findings:
I am in the final stages of designing a videoscribe (an animated video with a voiceover) to inform young people about the findings of the survey. This should be ready by the end of February/Early March. The video has been designed and produced in collaboration with two young people from Kirklees to ensure that the content is young people friendly. Along with informing young people about the results, we included positive messages based on behaviour change theory. As part of the survey, young people were asked how they would like to find out about the survey findings. The majority said they would like to see the results on the school website. In response to this feedback, there is an opportunity for schools to use the video on their websites, as part of a PSHE lesson or in an assembly.
If you work with any partners who would like to use the videoscribe please contact me to arrange this.
Summary of main findings are now available on Involve.
A summary of the main findings from the survey are now available on Involve.
To help stakeholders and schools to use and understand the survey findings, I am developing a series of tailored, one page infographics summarising the main findings in a quick and easy to view format. The infographics will be available via Involve shortly.
Support with understanding the survey findings:
We are here to provide ongoing support with interpretation and analysis of the survey findings. Our aim is to enable you to use the findings to support your decision making and planning around health and wellbeing.
If you would like further support interpreting the findings or require any further analysis please contact me and I will arrange this.Sarah.Thurgood@kirklees.gov.uk