Thousands of children and young people across Norfolk are expected to take part in a new survey to help local services improve their communications work.
The survey, being run by the Children and Young People Strategic Alliance and available on the Norfolk County Council website, aims to help leaders in local public services gain a better understanding of how children and young people in Norfolk want to be involved in decision-making about issues that are important to them.
The survey has been created in partnership with groups of young people in Norfolk, including the DRAGONS (Disability Real Action Group of Norfolk) and Youth Advisory Boards.
The results of the survey will used by a wide range of organisations to help develop ways to engage children and young people and gather their views on a wide range of topics over the coming years.
The survey can be completed in around 10 minutes. Resources including guidance and a slide deck have been created to help adults support young people to complete the survey. An easy read version is also available for younger children and those with additional needs.
Further information and a link to survey here
(Source: Norfolk CC)