We would like feedback from all children and young people in Oxfordshire, aged 8 – 18 and up to 25 with additional needs, about how supported they feel by the services they use.
We shared this questionnaire in 2019 and 2020, and another year on, we would like to see how supported children and young people feel now.
The Children’s Trust Board would like the questionnaire to be promoted widely, to ensure a good level of feedback, so please cascade widely to your teams and other contacts, and ask workers to encourage children and young people to complete the online questionnaire before the deadline.
The online questionnaire is available to share with children and young people, until it closes on Sunday 9th May, here: www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/BeSupported
We would prefer the online version to be completed where possible, but there are also 3 PDF versions attached which can be printed out, and completed on paper instead:
- Attachment 1 – is an exact version of the online survey for printing out
- Attachment 2 – is a more accessible Easy Read version of the survey for printing out, for those aged 8 – 13
- Attachment 3 – is a more accessible Easy Read version of the survey for printing out, for those aged 14 – 18 (and up to 25 years with additional needs)
(Please promote the Easy Read surveys as required for appropriate settings.)
Please note that if any of these 3 PDFs are printed, completed paper versions of the survey need to be returned earlier – by Friday 30th April.
Instructions for return are included in the surveys, including a FREEPOST address, for which an envelope will be needed for posting surveys back.
Alternatively, completed surveys can be scanned and sent as an attachment to this e-mail address by 30th April: EngagementTeam@Oxfordshire.gov.uk
We are particularly keen to hear from targeted groups, as although the survey is open to all children and young people in Oxfordshire, we need to make sure that we are hearing from children and young people who have experiences relating to any of the three priorities for the Oxfordshire Children and Young People’s Plan 2018 – 2023, which are:
‘Children not engaged in education’, ‘Social, emotional, physical and mental wellbeing’, and ‘Protect children from domestic abuse’.
You can read more about the results from the 2020 questionnaire (and download the reports) here: Feedback from the 2020 ‘Be Supported’ Questionnaire | OXME.INFO