Participation in developing services
DfE Guidance on temporary changes: attendance recording for educational settings whilst closed due to the coronavirus
We have put together key information and resources for schools to help maintain provision during the COVID-19 situation.
Children and young people's voice can, and should, shape your service reviews, commissioning and strategy.
It will ensure your services meet children and young people's needs and will support those taking part to develop skills and confidence.
Here are some examples. Please email your own examples to firstname.lastname@example.org
Example short breaks questionnaire (Enfield Council)
Example Local Offer focus group (Hampshire County Council)
Young Inspectors (Council for Disabled Children)
Example easy read survey examples (Easyreadonline)
Health related behaviours survey (East Sussex JSNA)
Co-production is when children and young people are involved as equal in a process, including the review, design or commissioning of a service or when setting strategic priorities.
A guide to commissioning outcomes for (and with) young people (National Youth Agency)
Top tips for involving young people in recruitment (Somerset County Council)
Co-produced video about social care assessments (West Sussex County Council)
Co-production in a special school (Council for Disabled Children)
Co-produced Local Offer web information (Hampshire County Council)
Using games and creativity
Supporting children in formal meetings and groups
School council (Hazel Court School)
Talking mats (Hazel Court School)
Meeting feedback form (IASSN)
Involving children and young people in formal meetings (Council for Disabled Children)
The Able Group (ESCC)
Ambassador programme (Multi-skills Council)