VOXY (Voice of Oxfordshire’s Youth) and the Children’s Trust Board 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.

While the survey is open to all children and young people in Oxfordshire,  the organisations specifically want to hear 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 – 2021. These are: missing out on education, social and emotional wellbeing and/or mental health needs, and domestic abuse.

The online questionnaire is available to share with children and young people here: www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/BeSupported

Closing date for online submissions is Sunday 9th February. In cases where the online version cannot be completed, you can also print out a paper PDF version, but this needs to be returned earlier, by Monday 3rd February.

The questionnaire was first shared in  January 2019, and one year on they would like to see how supported children and young people feel now. This year’s questionnaire has been amended slightly to try and elicit more information around which services young people have used (and to see if respondents also completed a questionnaire last year), but the key questions are identical.

You can read more about the results from the 2019 questionnaire (and download the reports) from: http://oxme.info/cms/news/feedback-be-supported-questionnaire


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