Posted by: om41800 | 31/08/2012

Sheffield Parent and Carer

Are you a Sheffield parent or carer? If you are, we want you to share your experiences and views on a wide range of topics by completing the Sheffield Parents’ Survey

Who is it for? The survey is aimed at all parents and carers in Sheffield. It asks important questions about the area where you live, parenting & family life, health, childcare, safety, crime & antisocial behaviour and schools.

How long does it take to fill in? It shouldn’t take longer than 10 minutes.

Where have the questions come from? The questions were contributed by:

  • Sheffield City Council
  • Schools
  • South Yorkshire Police
  • South Yorkshire Fire & Rescue
  • NHS Sheffield
  • Voluntary, Community & Faith Sector

We have also aligned some of the questions with those we asked children and young people through the Every Child Matters (ECM) Consultation 2012.

Is it anonymous? We do not ask for your name or address but there are some additional questions in the ‘About You’ section at the end which will help us to ensure that we include a cross-section of parents and carers across the city.

Where can I fill it in? The survey is available for completion now!

What will be done with my responses? The results will help the above organisations to plan, deliver and commission appropriate services in a more effective and efficient way.

What’s in it for me? As well as helping to shape services that affect you and your family, you could also win something from our wide range of prizes – all sourced from Sheffield businesses, shops and enterprises.

If you would like to be entered into our prize draw, there is an online form at the end of the survey where you can enter your name and contact details.

Where and when will I be able to see the results? The survey runs until October half-term. Its results will be published on this webpage from December 2012.

The Sheffield Parents’ Survey: Fill it in today – it’s more than just ticking a box.

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