Kirklees Young People's Survey 2014

What we're doing

To find out about the health, well-being and resilience of year 7, 9 and 12 students in mainstream secondary schools and colleges across Kirklees. The data gathered will be used to update our Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA). It will also identify trends over time (comparing data to previous surveys where possible) in order to explore key differences in the behaviour and views of young people.

When we're doing it?

Between 16-Jun-2014 and 01-Jul-2016

We will be

  • Asking for information


  • Health, wellbeing and lifestyle

Where's it happening?

Across the whole of Kirklees:

More information on what we're doing

The survey will be carried out with students from years 7, 9 and 12 in mainstream schools and colleges across Kirklees.

What happened?

In 2014, we completed the Children and Young People's survey with students from years 7, 9 and 12 (key 'transition' periods) covering 26 schools and colleges across Kirklees; giving us 5522 responses overall. This has updated what we know about the health, well-being and resilience of CYP in Kirklees.

What difference did the work make?

Following the analysis of the survey data, we disseminated the findings to colleagues and partners whose work involves the health and wellbeing of young people in Kirklees. The results will also be disseminated to the young people who took part in the survey and their families.

We offered each school that took part in the survey personalized support so they could understand the their own results and what to do next.

The results will be used as part of the Joint Strategic Assessment update that will be conducted in 2016 and also to inform the CLiK 2016 adult survey.

Methods of involvement

MethodHowHow many peopleStartEnd
OnlineOnline surveyMax 900016-06-201421-07-2014
OtherDissemination of findingsUnknown01-01-201601-07-2016

Contact details

Sarah Thurgood
01484 221000

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